Under Cover of Daylight

Under Cover of Daylight

Book - 2001
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James W. Hall's haunting debut novel first introduced the rugged character Thorn and the breathtaking South Florida landscape where he lives. Thorn's past includes a savage act of revenge on the drunken hit-and-run killer of his parents. Now, fifteen years later, Thorn still cannot escape that moment, or the darkness he took into his soul that night. Not even his best friend, Sugarman, knows the truth. Not even Sarah Ryan knows the depths of her lover's pain. Then suddenly, the nightmare begins again as Thorn's foster mother is found slaughtered. Thorn can almost taste the rage as he stalks her killer and waits. "An exciting, well-crafted first novel that smoothly places complex, believable characters into an action-filled plot."--Washington Post "It starts good and stays good, right to the end."--Chicago Tribune
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., 2001, c1987
ISBN: 9780393321258
0393321258
9780393024845
0393024849
Characteristics: 288 p

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