Whistler's Angel

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HarperCollins, Feb 1, 2002 - Fiction - 416 pages
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At age 34, Adam Whistler wants out.
But the service he performed for his government
is not the kind they let you walk away from.

To ensure his continued good health, Whistler has "borrowed" important documents from his boss, Felix Aubrey, a dangerous "rogue" and a very bad man to cross. But so is Adam Whistler, who learned the killing craft well under the tutelage of his father. Now, with a ticking time bomb in his hands, Whistler has been cast into a maelstrom of death and chaos. His continued existence may well depend upon a group of retired assassins once linked to the legendary Paul Bannerman, as well as a special "guardian angel." For his gentle and beautiful lover, Claudia -- who barely survived an assassination attempt by Aubrey's hired guns -- has returned to consciousness changed in extraordinary ways. And now she's much more than Whistler's soulmate -- she's a fellow soldier.

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About the author (2002)

John R. Maxim is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including Haven and Mosaic, both available from Brilliance Audio, and other highly praised novels, including Time Out of Mind, Abel Baker Charlie, and the bestselling Bannerman series. He makes his home in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

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