Jane Whitefield is the kind of old-fashioned woman who has no problem with the idea of giving up a thriving career to make a home for the handsome doctor she’s just married. But first, she has to wrap up one last assignment and help a small-time casino executive disappear before a pair of hitmen can kill him (and, not incidentally, her). Imagine how much fun a movie like Eraser would have been had it come equipped with a fully functioning brain, and you have some idea of the pleasures to be had in this adroit thriller. If you haven’t already encountered Whitefield in Perry’s Vanishing Act (1995) or Dance for the Dead (1996), don’t be afraid to start with Shadow Woman. A-
Shadow Woman Jane Whitefield is the kind of old-fashioned woman who has no problem with the idea of giving up a thriving career to make a home for the handsome ...Shadow WomanFiction, Mystery and ThrillerThomas Perry Jane Whitefield is the kind of old-fashioned woman who has no problem with the idea of giving up a thriving career to make a home for the handsome ...1997-07-11
Genre: Fiction, Mystery and Thriller; Author: Thomas Perry
Posted January 17 2015 — 10:36 AM EST
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