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Before there was Hannibal and The Silence of the Lambs, Thomas Harris wrote Black Sunday. Michael Lander is the most dangerous man in America. He pilots a television blimp over packed football stadiums every weekend. He is fascinated with explosives. And he happens to be very, very crazy. That's why a beautiful PLO operative has seduced him. That's why - on Super Bowl Sunday - the world will witness the bloody assassination of the U.S. president and the worst mass murder in history. Unless someone discovers what Michael Lander plans...and can kill him first.
©1975 Thomas Harris; (P)1999 Random House, Inc.; Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, a Division of Random House, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Frighteningly believable." (Chicago Tribune)
"Breathtaking. All forces converge with an apocalyptic bang!" (The New York Times)
"Suspenseful, nightmarish." (Los Angeles Times)

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  • Nancy
  • Centreville, VA, United States
  • 06-12-09

Well....

I had to actually restart this audio twice to follow the beginning of the story. It got better and I ended up enjoying it. One thing I did notice with this audio though was the sound quality was terrible. You could actually tell when the narrator had picked up on a new day of recording. Of course Ron McLarty is the best even if the audio sucked.

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