Published May 30, 2005
by Americana Pub Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Poised To Kill is highly recommended reading, especially for enthusiasts of contemporary action/adventure thrillers."--Midwest Book Review. About the Author. Brian Lutterman is the author of Bound To Die and Poised To Kill. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and Georgetown University Law Center. He has practiced law in Chicago and /5(4). Brian Lutterman is the author of the mystery-thrillers Bound to Die, a Minnesota Book Award runner-up, and Poised to Kill, described by the Midwest Book Review as ¿a masterfully woven tale of tycoons and terrorists.¿ Lutterman, a former trial lawyer and corporate attorney, writes cutting-edge corporate thrillers, bringing to life the Author: Brian Lutterman. —Books ‘n’ Bytes “Layers of betrayal is the name of the game in Poised To Kill. The plot ventures cross country and back around many twists and turns to uncover who might be behind the plan to cripple a nation, a major company, and ruin one man’s life. Poised To Kill is very intriguing and full. Poised to Kill by Brian Lutterman. Extortionists present corporate executive Hal Dwyer with a nightmarish dilemma: turn over top secret anti-missile software from his defense contractor employer, or forfeit the life of his twelve-year-old daughter.
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In his book, Yellow fever: a deadly disease poised to kill again, James Dickerson describes the history of yellow fever from onward and presents arguments that the yellow fever virus will return to the United States in the near future. Dickerson is a journalist who has written several nonfiction books and a large number of health-related. Yellow fever is unlikely to be found on a list of potential health threats facing Americans today. Most people, if they have heard of the disease at all, would consider it a historical curiosity from a bygone era. In this fascinating study of a once-terrifying pandemic, author James L. Dickerson makes it clear that the disease could reemerge with deadly virulence. "Poised to Kill" is a fine story, very well written and excellent in pacing. Lutterman is well in command of his plot and characters. Very satisfying read! Allen J. Hubin. I really enjoyed this character was memorable and interesting. The plot had a number of twists and turns - /5. by Hal Brown, MSW The book “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” became a NY Times best seller which sold so well a second edition was published. It .