A Perfect Life (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 28, 2004 - Fiction
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A PERFECT PLAN...

Scott Thomas doesn’t know it, but he has been chosen. Not because he’s handsome, smart, or on the verge of a brilliant career as a clinical psychologist trained at Harvard. No, Scott has been chosen because he has the perfect life–for someone who needs a life to destroy.…

A PERFECT LIE...

It starts with a bizarre carjacking, followed by an apparent burglary in his Cambridge apartment. Then a woman is murdered at the hospital where he works, and evidence of Scott’s guilt is all around him–on his computer, in his apartment, in the dead woman’s room. With police hunting for him and a bizarre stranger watching his every move, Scott must take a chance on trusting a beautiful woman and searching through a shadow world of computer hackers and unclosed chapters of his own past. Because with the perfect frame closing around him and a killer growing more violent, Scott has only one choice now: to take back his life–or die trying….


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About the author (2004)

Birmingham attorney Mike Stewart is the author of three mystery novels -- Sins of the Brother, Dog Island, and A Clean Kill. A native of Vredenburgh, a small South Alabama sawmill town located in Monroe County, he grew up exploring the woods, rivers, creeks, and seashores of the Deep South that now play a central role in his fiction. As a successful corporate attorney, Stewart has more than ten years' experience representing clients before the state and federal courts of Alabama. Five years ago, he left his position as General Counsel of a large healthcare company to devote full time to writing. He is at work on his next novel of suspense, which Dell will publish in 2006.


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