The Widow File

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Thomas & Mercer, 2013 - Fiction - 238 pages
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From S. G. Redling, the author of the bestselling Flowertown

Dani, a data analyst with an elite security firm, possesses the unnerving ability to read people by the trash they leave behind. Receipts, parking tickets, the detritus of daily life--if you leave it behind, she will figure you out.

Her latest case involves high-tech industrial espionage at a corporation with ties to the military. But when a team of assassins sweeps through the firm, stealing all files and killing her coworkers, Dani narrowly escapes. Whoever ordered the strike thinks Dani has vital information, and they put a hit man named Booker on her trail.

Armed with only her wits and a bag of random investigation materials, Dani must figure out who the enemy really is while playing a high-stakes game of cat and mouse with the cunning hit man who has an agenda of his own.

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User Review  - Darcia - LibraryThing

This story grabs you from the opening paragraph and doesn't let go. The plot is intricate, intense, and thought-provoking. We're given little bits along the way that gradually form the bigger picture ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jaylia3 - LibraryThing

Terrifying thriller stars short, nerdy heroine This book starts in a leisurely fashion then quickly takes off, setting the fastest pace of any book I’ve read recently. Almost all of the action takes ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

S.G. Redling parlayed her degree in English from Georgetown University into various careers including waitress, monument tour guide, sheepskin packer, and radio host. She has leapt from a plane and a moving train, gotten lost in Istanbul and locked in the dining car of a midnight train through the Carpathians. She currently lives in Huntington, West Virginia, and is also the author of the thriller Flowertown.

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