The Survivor - Gregg Hurwitz Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751545406 / Author: Gregg Hurwitz / 480 pages / Publisher: Sphere / Released: 12 April 2012
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Pages: 480, Paperback, Sphere
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One morning in Los Angeles, Nate Overbay, a divorced former solider suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and slowly dying from ALS (Lou Gehrig disease) steps out onto the ledge from the bathroom window on the eleventh floor of a city bank and gets ready to end it all. He has chosen his spot carefully in the hope he will land in a dumpster directly below and not land on top of, or harm anyone. But before he can jump and just as he moves one foot from the ledge, gunshots ring out from within the building. Armed, masked men have stormed the building and a robbery is in progress. And Nate, with nothing to lose but the life he was about to give up, decides ... Read the complete review
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