Never Say Die
Twenty years after her father's plane crashed in the jungles of Southeast Asia, Willy Jane Maitland travels to the other side of the world to track his final moves. She recognizes the danger in what she's doing, but her search for the truth about that fateful flight is the only thing that matters.
Irreverent former army officer Guy Barnard knows the jungles and the workings of the mystical land so unfamiliar to Willy--and Willy knows she couldn't proceed without him. But in a place where truth has many faces, she suspects even Guy has hidden motives. What she couldn't have prepared for are the shocking secrets and undeniable attraction she must face.
He emerges from the mist, right in front of Cathy Weaver's car--running from killers who are closing in. Victor Holland's story sounds like the ravings of a man on the brink of madness, but his claim to be a fugitive is confirmed by the haunted look in his eyes--and the bullet hole in his shoulder.
As each hour brings his pursuers closer, Cathy has to wonder: Is she giving her trust to a man in danger...or trusting her life to a dangerous man?
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1 . Two of Gerrtsen's Best
Posted May 23, 2010 by kw , LaGrangeI am a Viet Nam aged person. Never Say Die was so believable to read; a lot of situations that have shown up in reports 40+years later made this story feel real. Maybe the romance was a little hard to swallow, but the action was good. "Whistleblower" is something that is near and dear to the heart of any person with business ethics. As in all her books, this one was well written and applicable to what goes on in business today. Usually I think, when her books are doubled up, that one is really good and the other one is just a filler. In this case, both stories are really good.
April 29, 2007
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