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The Bricklayer

A Novel

by Noah Boyd

The Bricklayer
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2010, 400 pages
    Paperback:
    Jan 2011, 416 pages

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A debut thriller with a dashing new hero, written by a former FBI agent

Looking for a page-turner to while away the weekend with? 17 out of 18 BookBrowse readers gave thumbs up to this heart-pounding thriller and its hero. Here's what they had to say:

From the first page to the last I was completely engaged with the characters and the story line, and at 390 pages this one is no wimp. And still, it ended too soon. There were so many twists and turns in this thriller that I could not figure out what was happening next - and I'm the queen of figuring out the ending by the middle of the book. As an added bonus, I have fallen in love with Steve Vail (aka the Bricklayer) and am so thrilled that this is just the first book in a series. I can't wait for the second book to come out. So you better get this one on your wish list quick because you cannot have my copy (Rebecca C)!

A new action character has arrived on the scene: Steve Vail - James Bond and ...

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