Darwin's Blade

Darwin's Blade

Paperback Mulholland Books

By (author) Dan Simmons

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  • Publisher: Mulholland Books
  • Format: Paperback | 464 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 208mm x 38mm | 420g
  • Publication date: 10 September 2013
  • ISBN 10: 0316213497
  • ISBN 13: 9780316213493
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 470,718

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"A literary thriller like no other...A hard-charging, edge-of-the-seat tale." -"Milwaukee Journal Sentinel" Darwin Minor travels a dangerous road. A Vietnam veteran turned reluctant expert on interpreting the wreckage of fatal accidents, Darwin uses science and instinct to unravel the real causes of unnatural disasters. He is very, very good at his job. His latest case promises to be his most challenging yet. A spate of seemingly random high-speed car accidents has struck the highways of southern California. Each seems to have been staged-yet the participants have all died. Why would anyone commit fraud at the cost of his own life? The deeper Darwin digs, the closer he comes to unmasking an international network specializing in intimidation and murder, whose members will do anything to make sure Darwin soon suffers a deadly accident of his own.

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Dan Simmons is the Hugo Award-winning author of "Hyperion" and "The Fall of Hyperion," and their sequels, "Endymion" and "The Rise of Endymion." He has written the critically acclaimed suspense novels "Darwin's Blade" and "The Crook Factory," as well as other highly respected works, including "Summer of Night" and its sequel "A Winter Haunting, Song of Kali, Carrion Comfort, " and "Worlds Enough & Time." Simmons makes his home in Colorado.

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"A born storyteller... Simmons has over the last decade repeatedly shown himself to be one of the most versatile, intelligent, and unpredictable novelists around." --Locus