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By Eric Van Lustbader

"Gripping...Spellbinding...A suspense novel that kill maintain you glued to its pages."THE MIAMI HERALDUnknown to each other, 3 excellent decided girls in Tokyo, Washington, and Moscow will ignite occasions that not just come to a decision the fates of drug runners and jap Yakuza contributors, intelligence brokers and palms agents, yet that can additionally swap the face of the realm map. they're all actors in a devious and lethal drama, the place treachery awaits them at each flip, and enemies seem like acquaintances to the uninitiated....From the Paperback variation.

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Almost ten years ago she had been, in the current street patois, a wild child-what the society of sixteenth century feudal Japan would have called a ronin-a masterless samurai. Those were the days when Tori haunted the wicked back streets, the evil bars squatting in the putrid backwaters, bastard splinters of Tokyo's monolithic nature. There were so many empty spaces in Tori's mind, she could afford little sleep, because in rest she would be forced to look into the emptiness and see, perhaps, what she was not ready to confront.

It was a crossing of the four main corridors of the stone structure, and from his vantage point he could see most, if not all, the monks' tiny sleeping cells. "The hours of the night crept by with agonizing slowness. Nothing happened. The silence became a weight on the young priest's eyelids, so that once or twice he found himself drifting off into a light slumber before starting awake. He yawned and stretched to keep himself alert. He began to wonder why he had come here, or if he had come to the right place at all.

He was not alone. Something was in the west corridor. It came toward him but, in the flickering light of the reed torches, he could not make out what it was. "Suddenly, it burst out of the corridor, coming upon him like a whirlwind, and he felt a chill race down his spine. It was as translucent as the wings of an insect; he could clearly see the corridor behind it, through it. "The wraith brushed past him, careening down another corridor. Soon the intersection where the young priest now stood was thick with these wraiths.

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