Fifth Victim (Hardcover)

A Charlie Fox Thriller (Charlie Fox Thrillers)

By Zoë Sharp

Pegasus Books, 9781605982762, 448pp.

Publication Date: January 12, 2012

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (1/9/2013)
Paperback (7/1/2012)
MP3 CD (1/12/2012)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (1/12/2012)
Compact Disc (1/12/2012)

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Description

“Where Charlie goes, thrills follow, and Zoë Sharp keeps them coming hard and fast.”—Tess Gerritsen, author of The Keepsake


On Long Island, the playground of New York’s wealthy and privileged, Charlie Fox is tasked with protecting the wayward daughter of rich businesswoman Caroline Willner. It seems that an alarming number of the girl’s circle of friends have been through kidnap ordeals, and Charlie quickly discovers that the girl herself, Dina, is fascinated by the clique formed by these former victims.



Charlie worries that Dina's thrill-seeking tendencies will put both of them in real danger. But just as her worst fears are realized, Charlie receives devastating personal news. The man who put her partner Sean Meyer in his coma is on the loose.



She is faced with the choice between her loyalties to her client and avenging Sean, but the two goals are soon inextricably linked. The decisions Charlie makes now, and the path she chooses to follow, will have far-reaching consequences.


About the Author

Zoë Sharp's novels have been nominated for numerous awards including the Edgar, Anthony, Barry (twice), Benjamin Franklin, and Macavity Awards in the United States, as well as twice for a CWA Dagger Award in England, where she lives.


Praise For Fifth Victim: A Charlie Fox Thriller (Charlie Fox Thrillers)

Zoë Sharp has an apt last name. She delivers yet another sleek, sharp thriller.
— David Morrell, bestselling author of First Blood and The Shimmer

Charlie Fox is the real deal.
— Lee Child, author of the Jack Reacher novels

What you've got in your hands is a rare and special treat. Don’t let anyone tear it from your hands without drawing their blood.
— Lee Goldberg, award-winning author of the Monk mysteries