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The Lost Coast -- A Larison Short Story

The Lost Coast -- A Larison Short Story

by Barry Eisler

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Overview

For Larison, a man off the grid and on the run, the Lost Coast seems like a perfect place to disappear for a while. But when three twisted locals decide Larison looks like an easy target, they unleash a vengeful and dangerous predator with a personal score to settle.

By internationally bestselling author Barry Eisler, THE LOST COAST is a dark short story featuring rogue black-ops soldier Daniel Larison, last seen in Eisler's INSIDE OUT, which Op-Ed News called a "thriller as good or better than any of Grisham's" and Library Journal called "a relentless and revelatory look into the human cost of those who torture on behalf of their country."

THE LOST COAST clocks in at around 6,600 words, or approximately 25 pages in print. The download comes with additional material, including a Q&A, in which J.A. Konrath interviews Barry.

WARNING: this story is intended for mature audiences, and contains depictions of sexual activity…though perhaps not in the way you're expecting.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940012256096
Publisher: Barry Eisler
Publication date: 02/22/2011
Series: Inside Out
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 454,195
File size: 344 KB

About the Author

Barry Eisler spent three years in a covert position with the CIA's Directorate of Operations, then worked as a technology lawyer and startup executive in Silicon Valley and Japan, earning his black belt at the Kodokan International Judo Center along the way. Eisler's bestselling thrillers have won the Barry Award and the Gumshoe Award for Best Thriller of the Year, have been included in numerous "Best Of" lists, and have been translated into nearly twenty languages. Eisler lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and, when he's not writing novels, blogs about torture, civil liberties, and the rule of law. www.barryeisler.com

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