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Columbus: A Silver Bear Thriller | [Derek Haas]

Columbus: A Silver Bear Thriller

Columbus is back and as deadly as ever. But the hunter has now become the hunted, in this sequel to the national best seller The Silver Bear. He told you not to like him. To get close to Columbus, the Silver Bear, means death. Exactly whose death remains to be determined in Derek Haas highly anticipated new thriller.
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Columbus is back and as deadly as ever. But the hunter has now become the hunted, in this sequel to the national best seller The Silver Bear. He told you not to like him. To get close to Columbus, the Silver Bear, means death. Exactly whose death remains to be determined in Derek Haas highly anticipated new thriller.

Recouperating in Europe after losing his fence and best friend during his mission to assassinate his father, Columbus now finds his reverie interrupted by multiple assassins searching for the elusive Silver Bear. As Columbus eliminates each killer, more and more appear - a hydra effect he can only eliminate by finding the origin of the hit, a source connected to his own past. Racing across the globe, as both hunter and hunted, Columbus' travels take him to Italy, where he meets a mysterious woman named Risina. A woman with her own secret past, she may be Columbus' only hope of salvation.

©2009 Derek Haas (P)2010 Audible, Inc.

What the Critics Say

"Like Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter, Columbus is a thoroughly likable villain. He operates on the wrong side of the law, with his own moral code and his own unique sense of compassion. It’s impossible not to like the guy, even though he explicitly and repeatedly tells us not to, just as it’s impossible not to like the novel itself." (Booklist)

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