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Moody Publishers, 2006 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Michael Grey is about to experience his very own dark night
of the soul. How much of his perfect life will he risk for a seductive
smile from a stranger? Alone in New York on a business trip,
37 year old Michael finds out┐
A simple conversation and a short phone call plunge him into
a night out of his control. He starts by flirting with temptation and
ends up fighting for his life. Michael finds himself on the run with
nowhere to go, and as the night grows longer, he wonders if he
will live to see the rising sun.

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User Review  - debwilson -

Michael Grey never gets phone numbers from women like Jasmine. And why should he? He is a happily married man with two children, a beautiful wife Lisa, and a nine to five executive of an up-and-coming ... Read full review

very disappointing

User Review  - wendy -

I had read Gun Lake and enjoyed it but was thoroughly disappointed with this book. Would a married man with children at home really live this dangerously for another woman? I read the whole book hoping it would get better but it didn't. Read full review


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TRAVIS THRASHER is a graduate of Trinity Christian College and is the author of several novels, including Blinded, Admission, Gun Lake, and The Second Thief. Admission was selected as one of Booklist┐s top ten Christian novels of 2006. Travis spent much of his youth living with his family in Australia, Germany, New York, Florida, and North Carolina. He currently lives with his wife and family in suburban Chicago.

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