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The Birthday Girl by Stephen Leather
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The Birthday Girl (edition 1996)

by Stephen Leather (Author)

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Tony Freeman rescued Mersiha when she was fighting for her life in war-torn Yugoslavia. Now she is his adopted daughter, the perfect all-American girl - and the past is another country. Or so it seems. But Mersiha has been trained to kill. And when she discovers that Freeman's company is subject to a sinister takeover bid, she decides to help. Whatever the risks. The consequences of her actions are lethal - for Mersiha has unearthed a conspiracy of terrifying proportions...… (more)
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Title:The Birthday Girl
Authors:Stephen Leather (Author)
Info:Hodder (1996), 512 pages
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This book is not mine but my father's but he told me I should read this. We do not have similar taste in books, unlike my mom and me, but I thought let's try.
At first I was worried it would all be about war, or business but then I really started to get into it and yes dad, I liked it. I told him yesterday and he was very pleased. ;) I'd promise to give this book 100 pages but in the end i read it all and did enjoy it. ( )
  Marlene-NL | Apr 12, 2013 |
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Tony Freeman rescued Mersiha when she was fighting for her life in war-torn Yugoslavia. Now she is his adopted daughter, the perfect all-American girl - and the past is another country. Or so it seems. But Mersiha has been trained to kill. And when she discovers that Freeman's company is subject to a sinister takeover bid, she decides to help. Whatever the risks. The consequences of her actions are lethal - for Mersiha has unearthed a conspiracy of terrifying proportions...

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