Upside Down

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Random House Publishing Group, Jun 28, 2005 - Fiction - 368 pages
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In the rain-slick streets of New Orleans, a twelve-year-old girl is running out of time. Hours before, Faith Ann Porter hid under a desk while her attorney mother was murdered for photographs that could rock the city. Now Faith Ann is being hunted by a pair of killers with a very powerful boss. Because she has the negatives of the photos her mother died for, Faith Ann has only hours to live–and only one person who can save her....

Winter Massey is an ex—U.S. marshal whose career pitted him against some of the world’s most ruthless criminals. Now Massey is drawn by a horrifying cycle of murder–and the plea of one terrified young girl. But awaiting Massey is a chilling surprise...and an assassin with a secret mission, a secret motive, and the perfect plan....


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This was a very good thriller. I liked how Faith Ann figured out how to survive and how she and Winter worked together later. I look forward to reading the first book in the series, Inside Out.

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Contents

Section 1
33
Section 2
69
Section 3
71
Section 4
89
Section 5
94
Section 6
101
Section 7
120
Section 8
124
Section 19
233
Section 20
239
Section 21
249
Section 22
253
Section 23
260
Section 24
263
Section 25
268
Section 26
277

Section 9
130
Section 10
155
Section 11
156
Section 12
158
Section 13
161
Section 14
175
Section 15
191
Section 16
198
Section 17
208
Section 18
215
Section 27
287
Section 28
305
Section 29
307
Section 30
308
Section 31
334
Section 32
336
Section 33
338
Section 34
341
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Page 17 - I cross my heart and hope to die and stick a needle in my eye.

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About the author (2005)

John Ramsey Miller's career has included stints as a visual artist, commercial photographer, advertising copy writer, and photojournalist. A native son of Mississippi, he has lived in Nashville, New Orleans, and Miami, and now resides in North Carolina, where he writes fiction full-time, and is at work on his third Winter Massey thriller, which Dell will publish in 2006.


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