The nation is stunned silent when presidential hopeful James Kilcannon is shot dead point blank, while sharing the stage at a benefit concert with his rock star girlfriend Stacy Tarrant. Fiercely independent attorney Tony Lord defends the assassin in a sensational trial that erupts in to the media event of the decade. But the most shocking gambit ever witnessed in the history of television has yet to unfold. As America watches, a mysterious and ruthless figure known only as Phoenix takes to the airwaves in the ultimate act of high-tech terror. Holding the wife of a wealthy newspaper mogul and Stacy's manager hostage, Phoenix mounts a televised trial of his own - in which Stacy Tarrant and Tony Lord are the helpless defendants, millions of viewers are jurors, and - unless his chilling demands are met - Phoenix is the unstoppable executioner. . .
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ing...Succeeds on all counts. It's a footrace of a read, daring you to put it down."
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After a presidential hopeful is shot dead in front of his rock star girlfriend Stacy Tarrant, fiercely independent attorney Tony Lord takes on the the defense of the accused. And that erupts into the media event of the decade. But there is more. As America watches, a mysterious and ruthless figure known only as Phoenix takes to the airwaves, the wife of a newspaper mogul and Stacy's manager, his hostages. Then Phoenix mounts of a televised trial of his own--in which Stacy and Tony are helpless defendants, millionsof viewers are jurors, and--unless his chilling demands are met--Phoenix is the unstoppable executioner....
The shocking brutal murder of a presidential hopeful. A fiercely independent attorney defending the assassin in the media event of the decade. And a ruthless figure who seizes the airwaves and commits the ultimate act of high-tech terror.
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Buchbeschreibung Michael Joseph, London, 1986. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Near Fine. First Edition. A nice copy of the first edition, first printing of Patterson's fourth book and first to be published in Great Britain. Appears unread or barely so. Text is solid, clean, and tight. Lettering to spine is bright and unflaked. No marks or highlights in text. Two barely noticeable tiny indents to rear panel, o/w Fine. In a Near Fine bright dust jacket w/a two tiny flecks to front panel, the same small indents to rear panel, light shelf wear. No tears. No previous owner's names. No remainder mark or spray. Not Price Clipped (L.10.95). Not ex-lib. Not a Book Club Edition. Photos sent upon request. Accurate Descriptions/Quality Books/Unmatched Prices. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 6232
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Buchbeschreibung Michael Joseph, U.K., 1986. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. First Edition (UK). Patterson's fourth novel. 'Crisp, clever and unfailingly tense, his absorbing thriller centres on two of the century's most powerful inventions - television and terrorism.' UNCLIPPED; sunned on edges, shelf-wear at top and bottom (light); NO marks, stamps or inscriptions. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 007329
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