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Bird's-Eye View
Bird'sEye View
Author: J. F. Freedman
Cast out of academia due to an amorous indiscretion, Fritz Tullis retreats to his family's estate in southern Maryland. While photo-graphing a rare whooping crane who's flown off course, he notices a plane land on his neighbor's airstrip. Three men get off the plane, and Fritz sees one man shoot another. The victim is loaded onto the plane, eras...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780446611664
ISBN-10: 0446611662
Publication Date: 8/2/2002
Pages: 480
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 44 ratings
Publisher: Warner Vision
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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Darn good... not his best, but certainly not a waste of reading by any stretch of the imagination.
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From New York Times bestselling auther J. F. Freedman comes his richest, most enthralling novel yet-a multileveled work of topflight suspence that crackles with wit, tension, and insight into the darkest impulses of the human mind.

It was a little slow in the beginning but I quickly got into it and enjoyed it to the end.
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This was a great book! I have found that all of this author's books are totally engaging from the minute you start reading. This one leaves you guessing until the last few pages. I highly recommed it.
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Excellent,always keeps the dialogue moving forward, engaging and evocative.

a great read to keep the mind occupied from todays worries
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I listened to this on tape and my husband read the paperback. I thought it was an edge-of-your-seat thriller. My husband liked it, but didn't think it was that intense. It's one of those mysteries where you don't know who is a bad guy and who isn't until the end. I really liked it.