The Great Divide
May 15, 2001 | 448 Pages
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About The Great Divide
"A feast of suspense. Highly recommended." -- Library Journal
When attorney Marcus Glenwood resigns from a prestigious corporate law firm to retreat to a small town in North Carolina and rebuild his life after a devastating personal tragedy, he suddenly finds himself in the biggest and most emotionally difficult case of his career.
Fragile and spiritually wounded, Glenwood is introduced to Alma and Austin Hall, whose daughter Gloria has disappeared in China while investigating the slave-like practices of New Horizons, the world's largest manufacturer of sports shoes and athletic gear. Persuaded by Alma's pleading, and their obvious distress, Marcus accepts the case.
No one, including Marcus himself, can believe how quickly his investigation untangles a web of deceit that stretches from Washington , D.C., to Europe and Asia and back to his own North Carolina backyard. With the power to obstruct, manipulate, intimidate, injure, and eliminate, the giant multinational sports company New Horizons has never lost a case. But they underestimate Marcus Glenwood.
Step by cautious step Glenwood moves forward to uncover the horrifying truth about New Horizons, Gloria Hall, and ultimately himself.
"The Great Divide is a beautifully plotted cliffhanger -- I loved it!"
-- Les Murray, author of The Daylight Moon
About T. Davis BunnT. Davis Bunn was raised in North Carolina, taught international finance in Switzerland, worked in Africa and the Middle East, and served as managing director of an international advisory group based in Düsseldorf, Germany. He is the bestselling author of fourteen novels, including The Great Divide (Doubleday) and currently lives in Oxford, England with his wife, Isabella.
448 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: May 15, 2001
Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2
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After devastating personal tragedy, attorney Marcus Glenwood resigns from a prestigious corporate law firm to retreat to a small town in North Carolina. He is approached by a couple whose daughter was investigating the labor practices of a shoe company positioned in China - the firm's slave-like practices used to make it the world's largest manufacturer of sports wear and shoes. The couple's distress over their missing daughter causes...