The Dark Hour

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HarperCollins, Nov 27, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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New York Times bestselling author James Rollins called Robin Burcell's The Bone Chamber "a masterwork of historical intrigue and cutting-edge forensic science." Now forensic-artist-turned-award-winning author Robin Burcell brings you the next powerhouse international thriller featuring FBI agent and forensic artist Sydney Fitzpatrick.

In The Dark Hour, Fitzpatrick is on the trail of a covert government agent's missing wife who is presumed dead—until evidence places her behind the enemy lines of lethal bioweapons organization. A globe-trotting rollercoaster ride of intrigue and adventure, The Dark Hour delivers on Burcell's knack for suspenseful, page-turning plots and compelling action.

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User Review  - HenriMoreaux - LibraryThing

Having read the first two books in the Sydney Fitzpatrick series I naturally continued with the third - initially I was a little disappointed with this one, it seemed to be a bit too "fictiony ... Read full review

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User Review  - kathleen.heady - LibraryThing

The action never stops in this thriller by Robin Burcell, as CIA agent Zach Griffin escapes across the rooftops of Amsterdam's red light district, and special FBI agent Sydney Fitzpatrick narrowly ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Robin Burcell has been a police officer since 1983. During that time she has worked both as a detective in the Investigations Division and as a patrol officer. She was a member of the Hostage Negotiating Team and is the FBI-trained Forensic Artist for several different law enforcement agencies in her county. She is the author of two previous novels: Every Move She Makes, which was nominated for an Anthony Award, and Fatal Truth.

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