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The Stolen Ones

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The Stolen Ones by Owen Laukkanen
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Mar 17, 2015 | ISBN 9781101624784
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    Mar 17, 2015 | ISBN 9781101624784

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Praise for THE STOLEN ONES

“…breakneck pacing, scarily plausible evils, and steadily rising stakes…”—Christine Tran, Booklist

“From start to finish, a fast-moving and satisfying thriller starring a likable if unlikely duo….The two agents have worked together before (Kill Fee, 2014, etc.), and if there’s justice in the literary world, they will team up on many more cases.”Kirkus Review

Praise for KILL FEE
 
“Laukkanen’s fast-paced, no-frills style is brisk, blunt, and fueled entirely by adrenaline.”—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
 
“Enthralling . . . Kill Fee works well as an in-depth police procedural and an insightful look at amorality and greed. Laukkanen employs the same strengths of brisk plotting and incisive character studies that he established in his first two novels.”—Associated Press
 
“[Kill Fee is] further proof that Laukkanen is one of the best young thriller writers working today. His pace is relentless, his plots are satisfyingly intricate and his prose is cut-to-the-bone lean . . . Perhaps as importantly, his books boast social relevance. Like David Baldacci, a veteran of the thinking man’s thriller genre, Laukkanen understands the value of tying an exhilarating adventure back to the pressing concerns of the real world.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch
 
“Just two books in [The Professionals and Criminal Enterprise] and Laukkanen is a master at elevating stakes and keeping those prize pages turning. Book No. 3 in the Stevens & Windermere series, Kill Fee, is even better.” —Sarah Weinman, National Post
 
“Blistering pace and a stomach-turning homicide-for-hire scheme . . . Laukkanen keeps readers engaged with a serpentine plot that writhes through high-tech and low-life corruption.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“Pulse-pounding…you won’t put this third Stevens and Windermere installment down unfinished.”—Kirkus Reviews

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