The author of Masquerade, hailed as ‘the female Robert Ludlum’, returns with a sensational novel of action-packed suspense.
‘A gloriously paranoid, immensely satisfying international thriller.’ L.A. Times
Gayle Lynds’ remarkable first novel, Masquerade, won her outstanding praise from critics and fellow writers and a reputation as a major new name in the world of international adventure thrillers. Now Gayle Lynds returns with another bullet-fast tale of high-level intrigue…
When her sight returns as mysteriously as it disappeared ten years before, Julia Austrian, a world-class concert pianist, is thrilled… until her mother is shot and she is the only one who can identify the attacker. Suddenly, she is again plunged into disabling blindness, and a violent whirlwind of deceit, lust and greed – a conspiracy of hidden forces with the power to manipulate the law, the banks and the media, reaching from New York to the White House and the inner sanctums of the CIA.
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‘Gayle Lynds really knows how to write a page-turner! Mosaic moves with the speed of an assassin’s bullet. It has all the ingredients: international intrigue, politics and escalating danger for two lovers on the run toward a hidden truth. It’s tough to put this one down.’
michael connelly, author of Angels Flight
‘Mosaic is a compelling, page-turning voyage through a dark and forbidding labyrinth.’
allan folsom, author of The Day After Tomorrow
‘Mosaic is a relentess and riveting thriller, with an appealingly vulnerable heroine. Readers won’t be able to put this one down.’
‘Lynds’s twisting complexity rivals le Carré’s… but it’s fresher, more puzzling and entertaining.’
When her sight returns as mysteriously as it disappeared ten years before, Julia Austrian, a world-class concert pianist, is astonished and thrilled. But her euphoria is suddenly shattered when she is the only witness to her mother's brutal murder – a trauma that hurls her back into her dark and lonely world. Vowing to find her mother's killer, Julia plunges into a violent whirlwind of deceit, lust and greed – caught up in a conspiracy that reaches from New York to the White House and inner sanctums of the CIA, a fifty-year-old tale of high-level Washington intrigue, long-lost Nazi war treasure and corruption in a power-hungry American political family.
'Gayle Lynds really knows how to write a page-turner! 'Mosaic' moves with the speed of an assassin's bullet. It has all the ingredients: international intrigue, politics and escalating danger for two lovers on the run towards a hidden truth. But at its heart this book is an eloquent parable on the corruption of greed and the lust for power. It's tough to put this one down'
MICHAEL CONNELLY, author of 'Angels Flight'
''Mosaic' is a relentless and riveting thriller, with an appealingly vulnerable heroine. Readers won't be able to put this one down'
TESS GERRITSEN, author of 'Bloodstream'
''Mosaic' is a compelling, page-turning voyage through a dark and forbidding labyrinth'
ALLAN FOLSOM, author of 'Day of confession'
'Gayle Lynds has proven herself a master of intrigue and adventure. Her rush-to-the-next-page excitement never stops'
CLIVE CUSSLER, author 'Flood Tide'
'Watch out, Robert Ludlum, she's coming up fast on your left!'
SUE GRAFTON, author of 'N is for Noose'
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