STALK by Louis Charbonneau was originally published in 1992 by Donald I. Fine, the premier thriller editor of his generation. Once named “old pro Charbonneau” by Booklist, Louis Charbonneau became one of the core thriller authors on the Donald I. Fine list, writing many novels alongside his contemporary thriller authors such as Ken Follett, Elmore Leonard, and Dale Brown.
Publishers Weekly reviewed both book and author favorably, saying, “Charbonneau supplies believable characters and action aplenty.” In addition, STALK, along with several other of Charbonneau’s thrillers, was chosen as a selection for Reader’s Digest Condensed Books. The unabridged version is now available as an eBook on at all major ebook retailers, featuring brand new cover art.
STALK tells the story of Barney McLean and his girlfriend Angie. Each hiding under an assumed identity unbeknownst to the other, their peaceful Southern California life is shattered by their secret pasts as they dodge pursuers on both sides of the law. STALK is a book well worthy of a first, second, or fourth read. Fans of classic pulp, suspense, and thrillers will be sure to appreciate Charbonneau’s masterful writing.
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