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Join us as we welcome JAMES HALL with his newest THORN thriller - The Big Finish! Wednesday, January 14 7 pm About the book: A year ago Thorn’s son, Flynn Moss, disappeared into the eco-underground, his only contact with Thorn a series of postcards chronicling his exploits. But when a postcard arrives unlike the others, a call for help, Thorn jumps into action and heads to North Carolina. He’s intercepted by a federal agent who informs him he’s too late—Flynn was summarily executed for helping the FBI. The agent proposes a scheme to catch Flynn’s killer using Thorn as bait. The mission takes him to a small town where the gang is holed up, planning an attack on a hog farming operation that has been polluting local rivers and spreading illness through the area. Little by little, Thorn discovers that nothing he’s been told is true, and the trap they’re setting isn’t for Flynn’s killer, but for his partner, a woman who proves more daring and dangerous than any Thorn’s ever met. She’s on her own crusade of vengeance, and she and Thorn make an uneasy alliance. With her help Thorn uncovers a conspiracy that stretches far beyond this small Carolina town. About the Author: James W. Hall is the author of 18 novels. Thirteen of which feature a hardcore loner named Thorn, who makes a meager living tying bonefish flies. Thorn, and his private eye pal, Sugarman, have teamed up in a dozen books to thwart animal smugglers, cruise ship hijackers, rogue medical experimenters, and other assorted villains. Hall’s non-fiction work includes Hot Damn! a collection of personal essays he wrote for the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel’s Sunshine Magazine, as well as some he wrote for the Washington Post and The Miami Herald. His most recent non-fiction effort is Hit Lit (Random House) which is an analysis of twelve of the most commercially successful novels of the last century and the dozen features those books have in common.
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