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The Motive

The Motive( )
Author: Lescroart, John
Series title:Dismas Hardy Ser.
ISBN:978-0-451-21572-7
Publication Date:Dec 2005
Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group
Imprint:Berkley
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $9.99
Book Description:

With their park view and old-fashioned detail, the Victorian houses on San Francisco's Steiner Street were highly valuable. But with their wooden construction, they were also  highly vulnerable. So when Paul Hanover's multimillion-dollar home went up in flames, it was all over very quickly. And when the bodies of Hanover and his girlfriend were found in the charred debris, it appeared that the end came even more quickly for them-judging from the bullet holes in their heads. But...
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Book Details
Pages:624
Detailed Subjects: Fiction / Legal
Fiction / Thrillers / General
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):4.25 x 7.48 x 1.6 Inches
Book Weight:0.88 Pounds
Author Biography
Lescroart, John (Author)
John Lescroart was born in Houston, Texas on January 14, 1948. He started writing as a student at the University of California-Berkeley, where he majored in English. Following college and a job with a telephone company, he traveled around Europe, singing folk and country-rock music.

He won the 1978 Joseph Henry Jackson best novel award for under-35 California writers with the autobiographical novel Sunburn. While helping his wife raise their two children and working in legal, bartending, musician, and social service positions, he still found the time to write numerous novels. His novels include the Dismas Hardy Series, Son of Holmes, Rasputin's Revenge, A Certain Justice, Guilt, The Hunt Club, The Suspect, Sunburn, Treasure Hunt, Damage, and The Hunter. He made The New York Times Best Seller List iwith his title's The Ophelia Cut,The Keeper, The Fall, and The Rule of Law.

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