24 Hours

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Penguin, Jun 1, 2001 - Fiction - 448 pages
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Greg Iles takes readers on a daringly executed roller-coaster ride as a family under attack takes justice into their own hands.

It begins on a perfect night, with a perfect family about to be trapped in a perfect crime... 

Will Jennings is a successful young doctor in Jackson, Mississippi, with a thriving practice, a beautiful wife, and a five-year-old daughter he loves beyond measure. But Will and his family are being watched by a con man and psychopath who may be a genius. A man who has never been caught and whose victims have never talked to the police. A man whose life's work strikes at the heart of every family's unspoken fear: the unstoppable kidnapping.

But this time he's picked the wrong family to terrorize. Because Will and Karen Jennings aren't going to watch helplessly as he victimizes them. They aren't going to let him get away with it. They're going to fight back...
 

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User Review  - MaggieFlo - LibraryThing

This will be my first and last book by Greg Iles book. The plot is plausible but the denouement and other aspects are too far fetched to be believable. I skimmed the last half of the book. Mr. Iles is ... Read full review

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User Review  - mmignano11 - LibraryThing

24 Hours by Greg Iles Iles never fails to please IMHO. I have read several of his books but since audiobooks have become so popular and so many of his books are offered on audiobook I find that I ... Read full review

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EIGHT
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ELEVEN
THIRTEEN
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EIGHTEEN
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TWENTY
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Greg Iles is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Penn Cage series. His novels have been made into films, translated into more than twenty languages, and published in more than thirty-five countries worldwide.

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