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Out of Sight

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight (USA 2009)

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World-class gentleman felon Jack Foley is busting out of Florida's Glades Prison when he runs head on into a shotgun-wielding Karen Sisco. Suddenly he's sharing a cramped car trunk with the classy, disarmed federal marshal and the chemistry is working overtime -- and as soon as she escapes, he's already missing her. But there are bad men and a major score waiting for Jack in Motown. And the next time his path crosses Karen's, chances are she's going to be there for business, not pleasure.

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight. Harper Paperback, ISBN: 9780061740312 (April, 2009), 368 p., $14.99

 

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Out of Sight

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight (UK 2008)

From the Publisher:
Jack Foley was busting out of Florida's Glades Prison when he ran head-on into Karen Sisco with a shotgun. Suddenly the world-class gentleman felon was sharing a cramped car trunk with a disarmed federal marshal - whose Chanel suit cost more than the take from Foley's last bank job - and the chemistry was working overtime. Here's a lady Jack could fall for in a big way, if she weren't a dedicated representative of the law that he breaks for a living. And as soon as she escapes, he's already missing her.

But there are some seriously bad men and a major score waiting for Jack in Motown. And there's a good chance that when his path crosses Karen's again, she's going to be there for business, not pleasure.

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight. Phoenix, ISBN: 0753822423 (June, 2008), 368 p., £6.99

 

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Out of Sight

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight (USA 2002)

From the Publisher:
Jack Foley was busting out of Florida's Glades Prison when he ran head-on into Karen Sisco with a shotgun. Suddenly the world-class gentleman felon was sharing a cramped car trunk with a disarmed federal marshal - whose Chanel suit cost more than the take from Foley's last bank job - and the chemistry was working overtime. Here's a lady Jack could fall for in a big way, if she weren't a dedicated representative of the law that he breaks for a living. And as soon as she escapes, he's already missing her. But there are some seriously bad men and a major score waiting for Jack in Motown. And there's a good chance that when his path crosses Karen's again, she's going to be there for business, not pleasure.

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight. Harpertorch; ISBN: 0060084103; (July, 2002); 359 p., $7.50

 

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Out of Sight

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight (USA 1998)

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Despite his silky smoothness, Jack Foley has still managed to land in prison. He soon escapes, but then has the bad luck to run into deputy U.S. marshal Karen Sisco. He stuffs her into the trunk of the getaway car driven by his friend Buddy, but being a gentleman as well as a wanted man, climbs in with her. An odd first date, it works until Sisco escapes and heads up the party looking for the jailbird. But he's already on his way to Detroit where he has a heist-ready gang of pals expecting him. A classic Leonard tale of crime, caper, and fun.

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight. Delta Books; ISBN: 0385332912; (December, 1998); 296 p., $9.95

 

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Out of Sight

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight (USA 1997)

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Deputy U.S. Marshal Karen Sisco is just stopping off to serve a summons and complaint on Florida's Glades Prison. She's all decked out in her black Chanel suit and heels, but ready with her pump-action shotgun when the breakout begins, minutes after she pulls into the prison parking lot. But she's not ready for Jack Foley, the celebrity con who disarms her, invites her to climb into the trunk of her own car, and then joins her as his pal Buddy guns the blue Caprice onto the highway, heading for freedom. Squeezed into a trunk littered with handcuffs and tactical gear, the escapee bank robber is a perfect gentleman who shares her passion for movies and wonders if it would be different if they'd met in a bar.

Karen escapes and they do meet again. Only this time she's part of the federal task force hunting the escapees. This time she's sitting in the bar of the Detroit Westin, nursing a sour mash and watching a blizzard outside. This time Foley finds her. First some cocktails and conversation. Then Time Out. In Karen's suite. "You like taking risks," she says. "So do I."

Next morning Foley's gone and Karen's out to get him. She cruises Detroit's mean street and boxing hangouts looking for Foley, Buddy, and a hardcase named Maurice, one step behind them as they plot the biggest heist of their careers--and a double cross that will leave only one man holding the goods. This time Karen means business as she races toward a hair-raising climax that careens pell-mell into suspense-writing history.

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight. Dell Publishing; ISBN: 0440214424; (July, 1997); 341 p., $6.99

 

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Out of Sight

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight (USA 1996)

From the Publisher:
Deputy U.S. Marshal Karen Sisco is just stopping off to serve a summons and complaint on Florida's Glades Prison. She's all decked out in her black Chanel suit and heels, but ready with her pump-action shotgun when the breakout begins, minutes after she pulls into the prison parking lot. But she's not ready for Jack Foley, the celebrity con who disarms her, invites her to climb into the trunk of her own car, and then joins her as his pal Buddy guns the blue Caprice onto the highway, heading for freedom. Squeezed into a trunk littered with handcuffs and tactical gear, the escapee bank robber is a perfect gentleman who shares her passion for movies and wonders if it would be different if they'd met in a bar.

Karen escapes and they do meet again. Only this time she's part of the federal task force hunting the escapees. This time she's sitting in the bar of the Detroit Westin, nursing a sour mash and watching a blizzard outside. This time Foley finds her. First some cocktails and conversation. Then Time Out. In Karen's suite. "You like taking risks," she says. "So do I."

Next morning Foley's gone and Karen's out to get him. She cruises Detroit's mean street and boxing hangouts looking for Foley, Buddy, and a hardcase named Maurice, one step behind them as they plot the biggest heist of their careers--and a double cross that will leave only one man holding the goods. This time Karen means business as she races toward a hair-raising climax that careens pell-mell into suspense-writing history.

Elmore Leonard: Out of Sight. Delacorte Press; ISBN: 0385308485; (August, 1996); 296 p., $22.95

 

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