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The Famous and the Dead: Book summary and reviews of The Famous and the Dead by T. Jefferson Parker
The Famous and the Dead Summary
Los Angeles County sheriff 's deputy Charlie Hood is attached to the ATF, working undercover on the iron river that flows across the U.S.-Mexican border. The diamond fillings he wears in his left canine glimmer, distracting the men who sell the illegal firearms that enable the unspeakable violence on both sides of the map. Spotting the sparkle when "Charlie Diamonds" opens his mouth is often their first step toward life behind bars.
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"Starred Review. This highly impressive thriller demonstrates how genre fiction can take on substantial themes in an entertaining and provocative way." - Publishers Weekly
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T. Jefferson Parker Author Biography
Parker was educated in public schools in Orange County, California, and took a
bachelor's degree in English from the University of California, Irvine, in
1976. He was honored in 1992 as the Distinguished Alumnus.
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