State of Mind - John Katzenbach Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345477251 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: John Katzenbach / Mass Market Paperback / 544 Pages / Book is published 2004-06 by Ballantine Books
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~ About the Author ~ John Katzenbach is American and has (I believe) written 14 novels. Perhaps his best-known novel is Hart's War, which was made in to a motion picture starring Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell. Just Cause was another that was made in to a motion picture. John Katzenbach was a court reporter for the Miami Herald, and also for the Miami News, but he now writes full time, living in Massachusetts with his wife. State of Mind was published in 1997. ~ Book Synopsis ~ First of all, this is set in a slightly futuristic setting, but not really too far in to the future (although dates aren't given, the dialogue ... Read the complete review
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