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Blood Work

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Terry McCaleb, one of the most effective serial-killer investigators in the history of the FBI, hunts down his heart donor's killer in this chilling mystery from Michael Connelly.

Blood Work - that's what Terry McCaleb used to call his job at the FBI. Eight weeks ago he was a dead man - but now someone else's heart is keeping him alive. When McCaleb discovers that he lives because of a cold-blooded murder, the ex-FBI investigator is forced back on to the streets.

The police investigation is going nowhere fast and there are few clues to fall back on. But as McCaleb puts together the evidence of a crucial witness, with gut instincts sharpened by a career spent hunting down serial killers, the killing looks less like a random shooting and more like the first move in a calculated campaign of terror...


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Publisher: Allen & Unwin Pty Ltd

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  • ISBN: 9781742698410
  • Release date: January 13, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9781742698410
  • File size: 1227 KB
  • Release date: January 13, 2012

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Fiction Thriller

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English

Terry McCaleb, one of the most effective serial-killer investigators in the history of the FBI, hunts down his heart donor's killer in this chilling mystery from Michael Connelly.

Blood Work - that's what Terry McCaleb used to call his job at the FBI. Eight weeks ago he was a dead man - but now someone else's heart is keeping him alive. When McCaleb discovers that he lives because of a cold-blooded murder, the ex-FBI investigator is forced back on to the streets.

The police investigation is going nowhere fast and there are few clues to fall back on. But as McCaleb puts together the evidence of a crucial witness, with gut instincts sharpened by a career spent hunting down serial killers, the killing looks less like a random shooting and more like the first move in a calculated campaign of terror...


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