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Crosscut by Meg Gardiner

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Evan Delaney returns in the new thriller from Meg Gardiner.

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Crosscut by Meg Gardiner

For Evan, China Lake was a tough place to grow up. But she didn't realise just how tough until, returning to the desert military base for her high school reunion, she discovers that a disturbing number of her classmates have died young. The morning after the reunion another is found, savagely butchered. She is just the first. Someone in China Lake has a major axe to grind with the class of '91. And that includes Evan . . .

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A rattling good read, with an unexpected twist at the end. * Sunday Telegraph on MISSION CANYON *
With a colourful cast of richly delineated characters, a protagonist with whom the readers will easily identify - all big-hearted, quick-tongued and hair-trigger-tempered - this novel provides a fast-paced ride through some of the more dubious nooks and crannies of the American dream. * Maxim Jakubowski, Guardian on CHINA LAKE *
From beginning to end CHINA LAKE is a book that no reader of thrillers will be able to put down. Great characters, dynamic plot, nail-biting action - Meg Gardiner gives us everything. * Elizabeth George on CHINA LAKE *
Rough, tough and uncomprimising, China Lake targets harder than a Sidewinder missile. * The Good Book Guide *
a tense and exciting thriller where almost everything seems possible. A conspiricy theorist's must have * Independant on Sunday *

About Meg Gardiner

Originally from Santa Barbara, California, Meg Gardiner previously practised law and taught at the University of California. She lives with her family near London. To find out more about her novels, visit Meg's website at

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Crosscut by Meg Gardiner
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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