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Telefon fra avdøde by Stuart Woods

Telefon fra avdøde (original 1988; edition 1991)

by Stuart Woods

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Title:Telefon fra avdøde
Authors:Stuart Woods
Info:[Oslo] : Hjemmet , 1991
Collections:Your library, Murder Mystery/Thriller
Tags:murder, mystery, crime, thriller, fiction, novel, Colombia, American, my cover

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One of Woods' most compelling reads. I was able to zip through the chapters with ease and hated having to put this one down. Cat Catledge is James Bond with Bruce Wayne's resources. ( )
  Hedgepeth | Aug 11, 2011 |
Normally Woods books grip me from the very beginning, but this one seemed slow developing for me. That's why I only gave it 3 stars. ( )
  Bonestcjmom | Jul 23, 2008 |
I received this book as an advance readers' copy years ago. Don't remember a whole lot about it, other than that it seemed to be a pretty typical modern adventure story, based around a Columbian drug ring. ( )
  herebedragons | Jan 28, 2007 |
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They should have killed Catledge. But they let him live while they savagely brutalized his wife and daughter. Let him live while they sent his yacht and his family to the bottom of the Caribbean. Let him live knowing he could never find the killers in the drug towns of Colombia. Then, late one night back in the States, the phone rang. And one word gave Catledge something to live for. One word that launched a one-man war against a ruthless outlaw.

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Stuart Woods delivers a riveting novel of one man's desperate war against the richest and most ruthless drug cartel in the world.

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