No Place to Run

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Sterling & Ross Publishers, 2009 - Fiction - 334 pages
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Attorney Bill Lawrence's hitman client unloads a bombshell that will change history: evidence of a murder he committed on September 11, 2001. After finding the explosive documents, Bill immediately enters his family into the witness protection program, much to the dismay of his 24-year-old daughter, Claudia, who's not thrilled about being uprooted from her job and her boyfriend. But the next morning her parents are killed by a car bomb, the hitman is murdered in his cell, and Claudia is accused of her parents' murder. She and her 12-year-old brother, Adam, become fugitives, running from the police and the rogue FBI agents who want them dead. Their only hope of survival is to find the evidence her father possessed, and she and Adam are led on a cross-country quest that eventually lands them on a Chesapeake Bay estate. There, in an ultra-tense climax, Claudia finally deciphers the ugly secret behind 9/11. Will she live to tell about it?

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My friend recommended this book to me and what a recommendation it was. This new thriller had my adrenaline racing from the first page to the last. Sawyer creates a scenario behind the attacks of 9/11 ... Read full review

Thrilling from beginning to end.

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Chilling, compelling, and intriguing, NO PLACE TO RUN tells the story of a 24-year-old woman and her kid brother, framed for their parents' murder, being chased by forces too great to escape ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Thomas B. Sawyer was Head Writer/Showrunner of the hit CBS series, Murder, She Wrote. He wrote, directed and produced the cult film comedy, Alice Goodbody. His book, Fiction Writing Demystified, was a Writer's Digest Book Club Selection. He's taught writing at UCLA, at other colleges and universities. Mr. Sawyer has been nominated for an Edgar and an Emmy.

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