The Knowland Retribution

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Jul 8, 2011 - Fiction - 432 pages
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With tainted meat the weapon and corporate greed the motive, The Knowland Retribution is an extremely topical suspense-revenge thriller. Walter Sherman, a/k/a the Locator, is a tracker who honed his skills in Vietnam. The colorful cast of characters also includes Sherman's two friends--a bartender with a mysterious past and an old black man who smokes like a chimney; a feisty young woman who writes obituaries for the New York Times; a southern lawyer who has lost everything and has only one thing to live for; and a group of Wall Street investment bankers who make a deadly decision.

The action takes the reader from a tiny Caribbean bar on the island of St. John to the editorial boardroom of the New York Times, from the gleaming skyline of Atlanta to the isolation of northern New Mexico, from Adirondack hideouts to Manhattan suites to Mississippi backwoods.

This complex and compelling mystery thriller is the first in a series featuring Walter Sherman as the Locator.
 

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User Review  - drhapgood - LibraryThing

Given my long(ish) term love affair with Kathy Reichs and her Bones books, and my new passion for Tess Gerritsen and her Rizzoli and Isles series, I thought I'd give the books that were the impetus ... Read full review

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User Review  - SavageNarce - LibraryThing

The Locator (known to TV viewers as The Finder) is a former war vet who was injured and developed the skills/ability to find anything or anyone, anywhere. This is not a supernatural skill, but derived ... Read full review

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Richard Greener (Atlanta) is a former broadcast industry executive, an award-winning essayist, and recipient of the coveted CEBA Award for excellence in business. Born and raised in New York City, the author resides in Atlanta with his wife of thirty-eight years, Maria. Greener came to writing while suffering from a life-threatening heart condition. He is currently recovering from a heart transplant.

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