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Blacklist

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist (UK 2004)

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When Chicago Private Investigator V.I. Warshawski checks out reports of an intruder at derelict Larchmont Hall, she doesn't expect to stumble over a dead man. But the murdered journalist is about to lead V.I. deep into the heart of a dark mystery, involving a terrified young Muslim boy, two of Chicago's most powerful families, and a generation of shameful secrets political and sexual. It seems that somebody is desperate for the past to stay buried. But who? And why? And if attempting to bring the truth to light has already cost at least one man his life... who's next?

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist. Penguin, ISBN: 0141010231 (November, 2004), 555 p., £6.99.

 

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Blacklist

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist (USA 2004)

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Readers love sleuth V.I. Warshawski. Now she returns in a novel of secrets and betrayals that stretch across four generations-from one of the most compelling writers in American crime fiction.

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist. A V.I. Warshawski Novel. Signet Books, ISBN: 0451209699 (September, 2004), 458 p., $7.99

 

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Blacklist

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist (UK 2003)

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When an old woman becomes suspicious of goings on in her old home, V.I. Warsharwski is called in. A dead journalist puts her on a trail that leads back to the McCarthy era and to the distinguished Calvin Bayard. There is more than a whiff of anti-Communism and anti-Islamic hysteria in the air.

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist. A V.I. Warshawski Novel. Hamish Hamilton, ISBN: 0241141885 (November, 2003), 415 p., £12.99.

 

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Blacklist

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist (USA 2003)

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From one of the most distinguished writers in American crime fiction - her most brilliant and daring novel yet.
This is a story of secrets and betrayals that stretch across four generations-secrets political, social, sexual, financial: all of them with the power to kill. Eager for something physical to do in the spirit-exhausting wake of 9/11, V.I. accepts a request from an old client to check up on an empty family mansion; sub-sequently surprises an intruder in the dark; and, giving chase, topples into a pond. Grasping for something to hold on to, her fingers close around a lifeless human hand.

It is the body of a reporter who had been investigating events of forty-five years earlier, during the McCarthy era, and V.I.'s discovery quickly sucks her into the history of two great Chicago families-their fortunes intertwined by blood, sex, money, and the scandals that may or may not have resulted in murder all these years later. At the same time, she inadvertently becomes involved in the story of a missing Egyptian boy whose possible terrorist connections make him very much sought after by the government. As the two cases drive her forward-and then shockingly tumble together-she finds that wealth and privilege, too, bear a terrible price; and the past has no monopoly on patriotic scoundrels. Before everything is over, at least two more people will lie dead... and V.I. might even be one of them.

A novel as passionate, complex, and powerfully entertaining as its acclaimed heroine, Blacklist is a stunning achievement.

Sara Paretsky: Blacklist. A V.I. Warshawski Novel. G.P. Putnam's Sons, ISBN: 0399150854 (September, 2003), 415 p., $24.95.

 

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