Format Hardcover
Publication Date 05/15/14
ISBN 9781605985626
Trim Size / Pages 9.3 x 6.3 in / 352

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Fatal Harbor

A Lewis Cole Mystery

Brendan DuBois

In the eighth novel of the acclaimed Lewis Cole series, award-winning author Brendan DuBois returns once again to one of the most appealing heroes in mystery fiction.

Former Department of Defense analyst Lewis Cole has traveled some dark roads before in his quest for justice. Days after a violent anti-nuclear demonstration puts his best friend, police detective Diane Woods, in a near-fatal coma, Cole abandons his job and his home to find the man who nearly killed his friend. From the rural towns of New Hampshire to the offices of power and influence in Washington, D.C., Cole follows his gut and the flimsiest of clues to track down the cold-blooded attacker who won’t hesitate to kill to keep his identity and background secret. Aided by Felix Tinios, a security consultant from Boston’s North End, Cole is shadowed by armed and dark men with their own agenda to stop him from learning the truth about what really happened the day his friend was attacked on the grounds of a controversial nuclear power plant. Suffering loss, heartache, and betrayal along the way, Cole is soon standing alone, facing his own ultimate test in how far he will go to avenge a friend. In the eighth novel of the acclaimed Lewis Cole series, award-winning author Brendan DuBois returns once again to one of the most appealing heroes in mystery fiction.

Brendan DuBois is the award-winning author of sixteen novels and more than 120 short stories. His short stories have twice won him the Shamus Award from the Private Eye Writers of America, and have also earned him three Edgar Allan Poe Award nominations. Brendan lives in New Hampshire. visit his website at www.BrendanDuBois.com. 

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Endorsements & Reviews

“DuBois has created a fascinating character in Lewis Cole.” The Boston Globe
“It is impossible for me to overpraise Brendan DuBois.” Otto Penzler, The Mysterious Bookshop
“The hero handles his predicament successfully and to this reader’s immense satisfaction.” Eugen Weber The Los Angeles Times