Panama Author:Eric Zencey Adams peered at the pneumatic cylider approaching it slowly. There nestled inside on the ark felt lining were a number of small pink sausages with a start adams recognized them. Human fingertips. He turned away. — They arrived in the tube just -- Pettibois consluted a clock on the wall - "thirty minutes ago. We have no idea at which stataion ... more »they were entered and there's no way to tell. Bizarre. Isn't it? Gruessome. Really."
Adams stood back where he couldnt's see into the message carrier. The thought of those bloodless fingers. Those lifeless bloodless fingers detached from their owner sickened him. "Why did you send for me?" His head felt airy.« less
A national bestseller and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Panama marks the debut of an impressive literary talent. It is part detective novel, part historical thriller...and it all begins in 1892 when a woman vanishes and a corpse is found. Gunshots echo in the Paris streets. Blood flows to the Panama Canal... --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.