Leave it to a veteran thriller writer to go where few, if any, novelists have gone before – the unexplored hallways of the Department of Homeland Security. This wild goose chase of a novel follows a retired, disgruntled Secret Service agent called back into duty by the DHS to investigate an arsonist’s connection to a possible Inauguration Day terrorist attack. Like any good page-turner, the addictively enthralling story twists and turns from there. Granted, Deutermann’s cat-and-mouse shtick borders on the excessively elaborate and occasionally strays into the predictable, but ”Firefly” certainly has its effulgent moments (wait till you get to the jaw-dropping ending!).
The Firefly Leave it to a veteran thriller writer to go where few, if any, novelists have gone before -- the unexplored hallways of the Department of Homeland...The FireflyMystery and ThrillerP.T. Deutermann Leave it to a veteran thriller writer to go where few, if any, novelists have gone before -- the unexplored hallways of the Department of Homeland...2003-12-12
Genre: Mystery and Thriller; Author: P.T. Deutermann
Posted December 12 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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