Bird's-Eye View

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Grand Central Publishing, Aug 7, 2001 - Fiction - 432 pages
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While photographing birds at dawn, Fritz witnesses a fatal shooting. As his quiet life becomes more complex, people - including some who are near and dear - start to die. Fritz soon senses that he himself is being lined up as the next victim.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Character-driven suspense with a subtheme of ornithology, not as deep a bowl of nastiness as Freedman's best or his most recent (Above the Law, 2000). In Austin, Texas, hedonistic professor of ... Read full review

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User Review  - dailyplanit - LibraryThing

Fritz Tullis has retreated to a shack on the family property in Maryland to recover from a disastrous affair, which led to the loss of his position as American history professor at the University of ... Read full review

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J. F. Freedman lives in Santa Barbara, California.

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