The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow

Book - 1994
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In a Paris cafe, American surgeon Paul Osborn looks across the room and spots the man who murdered his father thirty years before. In London, a grizzled L.A. homicide cop named McVey joins Scotland Yard to unravel the mystery of a severed head and seven headless corpses. Neither American knows the link between the long-ago killing and the recent murders. But Paul's obsession to catch his father's killer will send him careening across Europe at breakneck speed, his life in the balance, his heart in the hands of a beautiful woman who may be his lover-or his downfall. Shadowing his every move is the relentless McVey. And haunting them both is a secret organization larger and more embracing than any the world has ever seen, preparing for an apocalypse to begin...

Baker & Taylor
As an American surgeon tries to kill the man who murdered his father and a Geneva medical resident begins a fateful love affair, a group of industrialists prepares for a momentous celebration

Hachette Book Group
"A page-turning whopper."-- Entertainment Weekly.

The novel that took the nation by storm is now in paperback. Allan Folsom has created an international conspiracy of apocalyptic dimensions that interconnects three intricate and compelling stories spanning two continents and five decades.

& Taylor

An American surgeon rushes across Europe in pursuit of the man who killed his father, himself pursued by a grizzled homicide detective trying to solve a hideous murder case, in a New York Times best-selling thriller. Reprint.

Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, c1994
ISBN: 9780446600415
Branch Call Number: F FOL
Characteristics: 596 p. : 24 cm


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Mar 29, 2017

This book should be a "door stop" It is a first novel but needs serious editing. It starts off reasonably well, but then it becomes tiresome with endless twists and way too many gruesome killings, finally ending in the most outrageous way. I finished it, but that's because I am compulsive. I will not recommend it unless you have a week or so with nothing to do.

Jun 04, 2014

This book is certainly a page-turner, and I would recommend it. Unfortunately, it is riddled with typos. I have never seen an ebook with so many mistakes.


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