Danger in Plain Sight: A Callie James Thriller

Burt Weissbourd (Author)
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It took fourteen years to construct a safe world for her and her son--and only one night for her ex to unravel it.

Celebrated Seattle restaurateur Callie James is more than a little thrown when her ex-husband, French investigative reporter Daniel Odile-Grand, shows up after fourteen years asking for her help. Even more disturbing: as she throws him out, Daniel is deliberately hit by a car, hurled through the front window of her restaurant--broken, bloody and unconscious. He flees from the hospital and breaks into Callie's apartment, where he passes out. Reluctantly, Callie hides him. When she gets back to her restaurant, two assassins walk in, insisting that she find Daniel for them by tonight or pay the consequences.

Overwhelmed and hopelessly out of her depth, Callie hires the only man she knows who can help her: Cash Logan, her former bartender, a man she had arrested for smuggling ivory through her restaurant two years earlier, and who still hasn't forgiven her.

The assassins blow up her restaurant. It's Callie's nightmare. And the worst is yet to come as she and her unlikely, incompatible ally discover that the most perilous dangers are far closer to home than they'd imagined.

Product Details

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Blue City Press
Publish Date
September 08, 2020
6.0 X 0.51 X 9.0 inches | 0.74 pounds
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About the Author

BURT WEISSBOURD writes character-driven thrillers. Reviewers describe his work as "brilliantly detailed, evocative...thrillingly sus- penseful."His other books include Inside Passage, Teaser, Minos and In Velvet. He has also produced several Hollywood movies, including Ghost Story, starring Fred Astaire, and Raggedy Man, starring Sissy Spacek. Mr. Weissbourd currently lives in Long Island, NY, with his wife, Dorothy. He has three adult children and two grandsons.


"Weissbourd delivers a polished page-turner about terrorism, money laundering, and the price of sins rooted in avarice." - BlueInk Review