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The book's irresistible suspense springs from the dynamic between his elegant, visionary imagination as it immerses you in the wilderness of the American West and its sleek-and-scruffy small towns, and his unerring instinct for writing classy, edge-of-your-seat, page-turning whodunits. The case turns on an international family mystery involving the CIA and foreign governments that Celine, assisted by her devoted husband and sidekick, Pete, is hired to solve. A young woman named Gabriela Ambrosio Lamont seeks out Celine in search of her father, Paul Lamont, a famous photographer who long ago went missing in Yellowstone National Park and was presumed dead under mysterious circumstances. The tall, aristocratic, perspicacious Celine and the laconic, L.L.Bean-clad Pete light out for the majestic expanses of Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, using every tool available-from state-of-the-art GPS trackers and massive Internet-based data banks to old-fashioned phone taps, library research, and dogged footwork. As Celine's search for Gabriela's father intensifies, her leads crisscross with the bloody political history of Chile during the time of the savage, CIA-backed 1973 presidential coup. In the course of piecing Gabriela's case together, Celine's own ruptured family history is revealed, from her childhood in Paris to her time in New York and summers on exclusive Fishers Island, off the Connecticut coast. Heller handles scenes and scenarios that guide and haunt Celine's interior life with masterful, emotional, and action-packed strokes, making her one of this year's most unforgettable characters. It's as if Heller took the tender yet tough-as-nails personality of writer Annie Proulx and cast her on the page, in all her plainspoken, intellectually impeccable, deeply wise-and wise-ass-glory. Like a skier expertly and playfully carving a double-black-diamond trail, Heller creates a breathtaking canvas against which his taut, twisting storytelling unfolds. There is a shimmering quality to his sentences when his characters are out in the elements, exercising their human ingenuity alongside the inscrutable workings of the natural world, in all its beauty and danger. Driving out of Denver into the open range in a camper borrowed from her son, Hank, Celine observes that "the hedgerows and windbreaks of the old cottonwoods were just starting to turn the tenderest of greens.

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