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The author of the book: Jonathan Wright
Edition: Changeling Press
Date of issue: 2004
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"I talked to a man who says you blew up a bar in Texas."
Miss July. Not your ordinary stalker. Who is she? She knows too much. Talks too much. Horn can't afford that. Not in his line of work. Can't afford the distraction she offers. Can't afford to trust her. Can't afford to love her.
Besides, he's got work to do. Ordinarily Horn wouldn't consider crossing over to the other side. It's suicide, with red flashing lights. But Fat Freddy, Booger, and Cruiser have disappeared, and there's no one else to stand up for them… no one cares when the victims are the disenfranchised. Someone has to avenge their deaths…
Someone has to keep Miss July safe, even if only from herself. But can he concentrate on the denizens of the netherworld, when the mystery woman calls to him with a need that could be his undoing?
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Read information about the authorJonathan Wright is a British journalist and literary translator. He studied Arabic, Turkish and Islamic civilization at St John's College, Oxford. He joined Reuters news agency in 1980 as a correspondent, and has been based in the Middle East for most of the last three decades. He has served as Reuters' Cairo bureau chief, and he has lived and worked throughout the region, including in Egypt, Sudan, Lebanon, Tunisia and the Gulf. From 1998 to 2003, he was based in Washington, DC, covering U.S. foreign policy for Reuters.
Wright came to literary translation comparatively late. His first major work of translation was Taxi, the celebrated book by Egyptian writer Khaled al-Khamissi. This was published by Aflame Books in 2008 and republished by Bloomsbury Qatar in 2012. Since then, he has translated several works including Azazeel and The State of Egypt.
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