By Eric Van Lustbader
"Gripping...Spellbinding...A suspense novel that kill hold you glued to its pages."THE MIAMI HERALDUnknown to each other, 3 very good decided girls in Tokyo, Washington, and Moscow will ignite occasions that not just make a decision the fates of drug runners and eastern Yakuza participants, intelligence brokers and fingers agents, yet which could additionally switch 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 appear like acquaintances to the uninitiated....From the Paperback version.
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The swimming pool. The pool at Diana's Garden was both a haven and a repository of memories. A kind of museum of the mind. Thinking of the pool, she remembered ... the waiting, the tension at the edge of the diving board, the extension of her body, the launch through space, twisting and rolling as she plummeted down, taking one quick visual fix on the water as she spun, then her breath in her ears, foam in her nostrils, the cool water closing over her head, and her father bent over the side of the pool, saying, Almost as good as Greg does it, Angel.
Tori understands at last that she hates these people, that she feels their coming as an invasion. That night, whether in the living room, the study, the library, the throngs of people overwhelm her. She feels suffocated. She flees the house, but the grounds, too, are choked with celebrities, and still she cannot breathe. Bent over by the side of the lighted pool, her sanctuary, where she had always felt closest to Greg, she wheezes like an asthmatic. At last she stumbles to her car, a new Thunderbird, convulsively turns the ignition and, scattering gravel in her wake, speeds away into the night, the neon light of Los Angeles.
Russell snapped off the tape recorder. "Well, that's over with," he said in the tone one uses when one is finally finished making funeral arrangements. " Tori said, rising. " Tori went into prana, breathing deeply and easily. But to regain her equilibrium had cost her time, and the silence was unspooling rapidly, each second increasing Russell Slade's small victory over her. "I rarely think of it anymore," she lied. "That's good," he said. " He took his hand away, but still she did not move. " And, abruptly, it all clicked into place in her mind, scattered pieces that had made little sense on their own.
Angel Eyes by Eric Van Lustbader