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Savage, a former Navy SEAL and American state-of-the-art security specialist. Akira, Japan's most brilliant executive protector and a master of the samurai arts. Their mission: the retrieval of Rachel Stone, a beautiful American woman whose ruthless billionaire husband is out to destroy her.But quickly Savage and Akira realize they are trapped in a mission more far-reaching than the protection of one person. For they are bound together in a common nightmare, a set of horrifying memories, a terrifying past that never happened, but is somehow inexplicably real. Only together can they confront the mystery. Yet when they do, an even more chilling scenario awaits them - one with the power to shatter not only their world but ours as well.
©2006 David Morrell; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio
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"The plot - if far-fetched - is strong, and the characters are wonderfully drawn." (School Library Journal)
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By Paul on 01-29-09

Nice light read...kind of sappy

The author has a good concept... the main character over thinks himself and the heroine's thoughts make you chuckle. Not bad...

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By Carolyn on 09-02-08

The Fifth Profession

The story may be wonderful, however, after listening to this dramatized version of the novel I had to turn it off. The narrator's voice was like finger nails on a chalk board and the multiple voices drove me nuts. Too bad - I think I may just read this one..

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