The Color of Night

The Color of Night

Book - 1999
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Grand Central Pub
Former intelligence officer Harry Strand learns that a secret agent can never retire--and never surrender. A widower, he has started his life over and fallen in love with Mara Song, a beautiful Asian art collector. But Harry's peaceful world is shattered when he discovers a shocking videotape of his wife's death in Mara's tape collection.

Baker & Taylor
A former intelligence agent, widower Harry Strand has begun a new life as an art dealer and has fallen in love with beautiful Asian art collector Mara Song, but his world is turned upside down when he discovers a videotape of his wife's death in Mara's tape collection. 150,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Behind Harry Strand is a career in American intelligence he wishes he could forget and a wife, killed in an automobile accident, he can't stop mourning. In spite of his past, Harry has managed to start a new career as a successful art dealer in Houston.
Then Mara Song enters his life, sharing the lap pool of an exclusive club where Harry swims alone every morning. For weeks they swim together, day after day, never speaking, never meeting, until she disappears. A month later Mara walks into his office with a business proposition: help her sell an extraordinary portfolio of drawings by modern masters. The allure of the cache and of Mara herself is something he can't resist.
Even after the discovery.
Walking into Mara's home one day, he notices her television is on, a videocassette visible in the VCR slot. When he pushes it in, he finds himself watching a nighttime surveillance tape of a chase scene - and, with heart-wrenching horror, witnessing his wife's final, terrifying moments as her car is forced off a country road. He knows only too well who is responsible for her death.
The cold war may be over, but Harry's war has just begun.

Baker
& Taylor

A former intelligence agent, widower Harry Strand has begun a new life as an art dealer and has fallen in love with beautiful Asian art collector Mara Song, but his world is turned upside down when he discovers a videotape of his wife's death in Mara's tape collection

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c1999.
ISBN: 9780446523615
0446523615
Branch Call Number: LIN
Characteristics: 480 p. ; 24 cm.

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