Black heart

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Random House Publishing Group, 1983 - Fiction - 694 pages
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"Chilling, brutal, and satisfying...The reader becomes deeply involved."THE HOUSTON CHRONICLEThe sudden death of a major presidential contender in the arms of his beautiful mistress sends his best friend, Tracy Richter, on an epic journey of violence back into the heart of the Cambodian jungle and into a desperate web of intrigue in which every action masks a hidden motive. Featuring the deadliest killer since THE NINJA, and an exotic Oriental enchantress, BLACK HEART is an extraordinary adventure into the arts of violence and love. "From the Paperback edition."

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User Review  - Murphy-Jacobs - LibraryThing

8/9/10 b Picked this up at a $1 sale only to discover it is #4 in a series. I hate reading a series out of order, so now I have to run down the first book, read it, and decide if I want to keep going. My inner completionist requires this rigor! Read full review

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User Review  - Bradley - Goodreads

A long sordid tale filled with a lot of twists and turns. It carries an oriental spirit well that is not easily conveyed on the written page. I now also know more about the Khmer Rouge than I cared to ... Read full review

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Eric Van Lustbader was born in Greenwich Village, New York City and graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Sociology in 1968. While Lustbader was still in college, he began work in the entertainment industry by creating his own music production company that included work with such bands as Cheap Trick, Mountain, and Blue Oyster Cult. Lustbader turned his focus to writing when he published the following bestsellers: "Ninja," "Jian," and "Floating City." He is also the co-author of the Jason Bourne series, Books 4 through 9, with Robert Ludlum. He lives on the south fork of Long Island, New York, with his wife, Victoria.

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