Black Sunday

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New American Library, Nov 1, 2005 - Fiction - 311 pages
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From the genius of Thomas Harris, the #1 New York Times bestselling author who introduced the world to Hannibal Lecter, comes his terrifying and prophetic debut of an American who plans an act of terrorism at the Super Bowl?as the whole world watches. But in a mob of 80,000 people, how can they find him to stop him?

The clock is ticking?

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An excellent and prescient book on the threat of Muslim violence washing up on America's shore... written 26 years before it finally did in the worst way. As well done a counter-terrorism thriller as the best of Tom Clancy in my opinion.
While not as psychological as Harris' Hannibal Lecter books, still very well written characters and Harris' usual fantastic attention to detail when describing all things sensory, physical, scientific and forensic.
I don't generally review books, but I felt this book deserves better than the 3 star average it currently has and that I should do my part to change that.
 

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This is an excellent, fairly quick read, which paradoxically takes time because I feel that one must be free of Francis Dolarhyde and his literary cousin Hannibal Lector. Thomas Harris is a very ... Read full review

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Thomas Harris is the New York Times bestselling author of Hannibal, The Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon, and Black Sunday.

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