Vanishing Act  / Thomas Perry

Vanishing Act / Thomas Perry

Book - 1995 289
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JANE WHITEFIELD is . . . . . . in the one-woman business of helping the desperate disappear. Thanks to her membership in the Wolf Clan of the Seneca tribe, she can fool any pursuer, cover any trail, and then provide her clients with new identities, complete with authentic paperwork. Jane knows all the tricks, ancient and modern; in fact, she has invented several of them herself. But when Jane opens a door out of the world for an attractive fugitive named John Felker, she walks into a trap that will take all her heritage and cunning to escape. . . . "A unique heroine, an ultracompetent woman attuned to the ancient ways of her ancestors and to the harsh realities of the modern, bureaucratic world." --San Francisco Chronicle "A compelling, multifaceted protagonist. Whitefield is as tough as Sam Spade, as tender as Jo in Little Women and as resourceful as Robinson Crusoe's Friday." --Philadelphia Inquirer "Strong-willed . . . [A] most singular creation." --The New York Times Book Review "Entertainingly resourceful." --The New York Times "One sharp and tough cookie." --Detroit News
Publisher: Edition: 1st ed. Random House, c1995. 289 p
ISBN: 9780679435365
Branch Call Number: Suspense F Per


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