3 edition of The vanishing point found in the catalog.
When a dying reality television star"s child is snatched at an international airport, ghost writer and guardian Stephanie Harker assists the FBI"s search while investigating the family"s past to discover a motive for the abduction.
|LC Classifications||PR6063.C37 V36 2012b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 438 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||438|
|LC Control Number||2013443678|
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The Vanishing Point is a stand-alone and does it ever Th[e] opening is shocking, edge-of-your-seat unnerving and violent on different levels. The reader is immediately drawn in by Harker’s overwhelming panic and fear.
It’s taut, smart, vivid writing.”—Victoria Brownworth, Lambda Literary (online)/5(). David Markson's book, Vanishing Point, is the third book in a tetralogy of experimental novels concerning an aging author.
The other works in the tetralogy are: Reader's Block, the ironically titled This Is Not a Novel, and The Last Novel. Like Markson's other works, Vanishing Point is avante-garde and highly by: 2. Where The Vanishing Point differs is the level of suspense and her greater use of flashbacks.
From the moment ghostwriter Stephanie Harker steps off her international flight at O'Hare Airport with five-year-old Jimmy, whom she is in the process of adopting, until the unexpected resolution in the last paragraph, the reader is caught in an ever-tightening coil of suspense/5().
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