"Revenge is a passionate and unpredictable process; it can't just be turned off once you take a few steps forward. It will take guts to pursue." - Wiley Stone, Revenge, Inc.
Don't be too quick to accept the adage that revenge is a dish best served cold. Hot can work wonders - especially if the heat is turned up from the inside out, at the mind-twisting psychological level. That's the way Wiley Stone and Dave Blue practice getting even in Arthur D. Colman's Revenge, Inc., psycho-thrillers.
Based on his years as a psychologist treating victims of abuse and violence, Colman's thrillers turn the emotional tables, giving victims their say in the court of final payback - but they have to have the stomach for the vengeance to come. Revenge isn't for sissies, as Debra Jean Lieberman discovers in "Revenge of the Scapegoat," the latest book in the Revenge, Inc. series. She has to shed her victim skin and face her nemesis straight on. No easy task: Joe Diamond is an evil prodigy, also her boss and mentor. He's an acclaimed scientist in San Francisco's biotech valley, bound for a Nobel Prize, and he's a man accustomed to getting what he wants, however he wants it. Joe's got power, and his ego and cutthroat character are formidable forces, requiring deft strategizing and narrow escapes at every juncture in this tale of justice meted out in perfect and personalized measure. In "Revenge of the Scapegoat," even Colman's experts - his modern knights of retribution - find themselves knocked off balance by Joe's genius manipulations. But they also know Joe's game - and better, they're in it to win.
|Publisher:||Colman House Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.81(d)|
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