The Best Revenge

The Best Revenge

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Baker & Taylor
Convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a young woman, Tom Clone spends thirteen years in prison until new evidence uncovered by the FBI reveals his innocence, and psychologist Alan Gregory is called in to ease his return to life beyond bars, a case that soon becomes one of the darkest in his career. 100,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo.

Blackwell North Amer
Psychologist Alan Gregory is living through a season of discontent. With a new daughter, a wonderful wife, and a prospering career, he has little to complain about and lots of regrets: past cases that won't let him go, patients who don't get better, and a growing unease with keeping secrets. But Gregory has two new patients who will drag him out of his introspection - and dare him to enter a storm of injustice and revenge.
FBI special agent Kelda James is a hero, a woman who as a rookie agent made a choice, drew her gun, and saved a life, taking another. Now Kelda is hiding from the world a secret pain that is gradually crippling her body - and she has turned to Alan Gregory to help free her from the prison of her pain. Then Kelda refers a patient to Gregory, who is terrifyingly dangerous to them both.
Tom Clone served thirteen years on Colorado's death row for a crime he claimed he didn't commit - until an FBI agent dug up evidence that set him free. The agent's name: Kelda James. With both Kelda and Clone telling him their innermost secrets, Alan Gregory becomes the one person who can piece together an extraordinary puzzle - of two unsolved violent deaths of vulnerable women, of a man who may be innocent or may be very lucky, and of the strange, fatal attraction between two people trapped in a horrific plot to get revenge - at any price.

Baker
& Taylor

Convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment, Tom Clone spends thirteen years in prison until new evidence reveals his innocence, and psychologist Alan Gregory is called in to ease his return to life beyond prison.

Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 2003
ISBN: 9780385336192
0385336195
Branch Call Number: M WHITE
Characteristics: 356 p

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