Rip Crew (Hardcover)

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"About as tightly woven and rock-solid as international thrillers get...Rotella's latest is a tense, gritty thriller--perfectly seedy when it needs to be and near-perfect in its overall execution."
--- Kirkus Reviews (starred)

"Rip Crew is a taut, tense international thriller, filled with complex characters and gritty dialogue. Utterly riveting."
--- Alafair Burke, New York Times bestselling author of The Wife

Streetwise U.S. agent Valentine Pescatore investigates a brutal killing that leads him across borders and reveals a vast conspiracy of wealth and power terrifyingly close to home.


Valentine Pescatore, the globetrotting former Border Patrol agent, finds himself back on American soil investigating the merciless killing of a group of women in a motel room. At first, the crime seems to be a straightforward case of gangsters battling for territory. Soon, however, the motive is revealed to be much deeper and more sinister: a single witness who knows too much is being hunted, at any cost.

From an author who has been praised for his "pounding action scenes [and] ferocious prose style" (Marilyn Stasio, NYTBR), RIP CREW races at breakneck speed as Pescatore finds himself face-to-face with his most terrifying assignment yet.

About the Author


Sebastian Rotella is the author of The Convert's Song and Triple Crossing, which the New York Times Book Review named its favorite debut crime novel of 2011, as well as the nonfiction book Twilight on the Line. He is a senior reporter covering international security issues for ProPublica, a newsroom dedicated to investigative journalism in the public interest. He worked for twenty-three years for the Los Angeles Times, serving as bureau chief in Paris and Buenos Aires. His honors include a Peabody Award; Columbia University's Dart Award and Moors Cabot Prize for Latin American coverage; the German Marshall Fund's Weitz Prize for reporting in Europe; five Overseas Press Club Awards; The Urbino Prize of Italy, and an Emmy nomination. He was a Pulitzer finalist for international reporting in 2006.

Praise For…


"Rip Crew is a taut, tense international thriller, filled with complex characters and gritty dialogue. Utterly riveting."—Alafair Burke, New York Times bestselling author of The Wife

"This latest installment in a series including Triple Crossing and The Convert's Song is about as tightly woven and rock-solid as international thrillers get. Rotella is as good at setting up action scenes as he is at springing them (which is saying something: the shootouts are terrific). The crisp dialogue feeds the sculpted plot and vice versa. There is nary a wasted moment in the book or one in which Rotella isn't in complete command. . . . Rotella's latest is a tense, gritty thriller-perfectly seedy when it needs to be and near-perfect in its overall execution."—Kirkus Reviews (starred)

"Gritty dialog rings convincingly with authenticity as Rotella playfully inspects multiple layers of meaning inherent in dialects, news stories, and eyewitness accounts. For fans of tough crime fiction in the tradition of T. Jefferson Parker."—Library Journal (starred)

"What a setup! It's heartrending,
violent, and intriguing...readers will hang on for the revelation and the mighty
clash at the end."—Don Crinklaw, Booklist

"Rotella writes convincingly about the realities and mechanics of investigative journalism, and his detailed action scenes add just enough mayhem to keep thriller readers on the edge of their seats."—Publishers Weekly

"Gritty dialog rings
convincingly with authenticity as Rotella playfully inspects multiple layers of
meaning inherent in dialects, news stories, and eyewitness accounts. For fans
of tough crime fiction in the tradition of T. Jefferson Parker."—Library Journal


Product Details
ISBN: 9780316505536
ISBN-10: 0316505536
Publisher: Mulholland Books
Publication Date: March 13th, 2018
Pages: 336
Language: English

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