When Catherine Ducane disappears in New Orleans, the cops react fast -- she is the Governor's daughter, after all. But the case quickly grows very strange. Her bodyguard turns up horribly mutilated, and when the kidnapper calls, he doesn't want money: he wants time alone with a minor government functionary. By the time the pieces fall into place, it's already too late . . . A Quiet Vendetta is both the epic story of one mobster's life -- following him from Cuba to Chicago -- and equally a powerful thriller of rage, love, and loss. With tension to top Cussler, Patterson, and Ellory's own bestselling work, it confirms R.J. Ellory's place at the forefront of the genre.
About the Author
R.J. Ellory is the author of twelve novels, including the bestselling A Quiet Belief in Angels, which was Strand Magazine's Thriller of the Year, shortlisted for the Barry Award, and a finalist for the SIBA Award. He is also the author of City of Lies, Candlemoth, A Quiet Vendetta, A Simple Act of Violence, and the e-book original series Three Days in Chicagoland.