The Famous and the Dead

By T. Jefferson Parker

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A Charlie Hood Mystery. 'She had first told her disturbing story over the phone to a girlfriend recently moved to Los Angeles, who happened to have just read a piece in the L.A. Times Magazine about a cool G-man. The G-man was the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent, Charlie Hood. Sequel to The Jaguar.

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Sandstone Press was established in 2002 based on the firm belief that an international publishing house could be based in the Highlands of Scotland. We publish fiction and non-fiction books and ebooks. The company is characterised by high editorial and design standards, internationalism, and a strong engagement with the contemporary world using modern methods. Sandstone Press books have won or been shortlisted for many literary prizes including the Man Booker, Commonwealth, Arthur C Clarke, Creative Scotland, Green Carnation, Saltire Society, Petrona, Bill Rollinson Prize for Landscape and Tradition, Boardman Tasker, Not the Booker, and Desmond Elliott Awards.

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'She had first told her disturbing story over the phone to a girlfriend recently moved to Los Angeles, who happened to have just read a piece in the L.A. Times Magazine about a cool G-man. The G-man was the Special Agent in Charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in Los Angeles, and Mary Kate took a very long Trailways journey to come find him.' What Mary Kate has to say about drug cartels and gun trafficking is going to seriously impact on the life of ATF officer Charlie Hood. The Famous and the Dead follows The Jaguar, published in the UK and Ireland by Sandstone Press in 2012, and is equally gripping and intense.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Sandstone Press Ltd
Publication Date 22 Apr 2015
ISBN 9781908737366
Number of Pages 384

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