First Drop

First Drop

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Working as a bodyguard for the personal security agency run by her ex-lover, Sean Mayer, Charlie Fox's latest assignment, babysitting Trey Pelzer, the teenage son of a wealthy Florida computer programmer, is complicated by the disappearance of Trey's father and his entire entourage, including Sean. Reprint.

McMillan Palgrave
As hair-raising as a roller-coaster ride, First Drop skyrockets Zoë Sharp to the top of that exclusive list of suspense writers who are going places fast.
 
“Sharp’s aim is dead-on—STUNNING.”—Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

After a tour of duty in the British Army, twenty-six year old Charlie Fox has excellent marksmanship and a sixth sense for danger. She also has an ex-lover, Sean, who runs a protection agency and makes her a business offer she can’t refuse: To go to the United States and look after the teenage son of a high-profile computer whiz.
 
“Today’s best action heroine.”—Lee Child

The assignment should have been a cakewalk. But that was before Charlie and her charge, Trey, visit a Florida amusement park and encounter armed kidnappers who are dead-set on getting their way—and taking Trey with them.
 
“Intense . . . a nail-biting chase.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer

The last thing anyone expected was a determined attempt on Trey’s life. But soon Charlie discovers that not only has Trey’s father gone missing, Sean and his entire bodyguard team have fallen off the map as well. Now it’s up to Charlie—alone in an unknown territory, with no one she can trust—to protect Trey, and herself, against all imaginable odds….before the enemy strikes again.
 
“THE MUST-READ HEROINE OF MYSTERY.”—KEN BRUEN


Publisher: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2007
Edition: St. Martin's Paperbacks ed
ISBN: 9780312937041
0312937040
Branch Call Number: FICTION SHARP
Characteristics: 342 p. ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Postcards from another country

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Nov 03, 2013

Way behind in computer technology!

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