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THE EVER-RUNNING MAN
by Marcia Muller

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Private Investigator

2007 P.I./Procedural Novel Award Winner

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A new Muller mystery is always something to savor. After 20- some previous books in this excellent series, Muller doesn't allow herself, or McCone, to get lazy. She throws new challenges at her -- and readers will be riveted to see where they take her.

As usual, events in P.I. Sharon McCone's personal life
are as crucial to the plot as is the
crime she must solve. Her husband,
Hy, is a partner in an international security firm, where two years ago,
an explosion in one of its offices
killed an employee. Since then,
explosions have occurred in other offices, and on some occasions a
man has been spotted running from the scene -- dubbed the "ever-running man."

Hy's firm enlists the services of McCone's agency to identify the
man. Her investigation uncovers
details about Hy's past that were
previously unknown to her -- details she's not sure she can live with. Her involvement also puts her in the sights of the ever-running man. In sudden, explosive fashion, McCone's life
may change forever. (Warner, Jul.,
312 pp., $24.99)

Reviewed By: Jo Peters

Publisher: Warner

Published: July 2007

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