Jane Whitefield, legendary half-Indian shadow guide who spirits hunted people away from certain death, has never had a client like Dr. Richard Dahlman. A famous plastic surgeon who has dedicated his life to healing, the good doctor hasn't a clue why stalkers are out for his blood. But he knows Jane Whitefield's name--and that she is his only hope. Once again Jane performs her magic, leading Dahlman in a nightmare flight across America, only a heartbeat ahead of pursuers whose leader is a dead ringer for Jane: a raven-haired beauty who has stolen her name, reputation, and techniques--not to save lives, but to destroy them. . . .
Thomas Perry won an Edgar for The Butcher's Boy, and Metzger's Dog was one of The New York Times' Notable Books of the Year. His other books include The Face-Changers, Shadow Woman, Dance for the Dead, and Vanishing Act. He lives in Southern California with his wife and two daughters.
"Terrific. . . . Dazzling ingenuity." --The New York Times Book Review
"THE FACE-CHANGERS IS BRILLIANTLY PLOTTED AND STYLISHLY EXECUTED. THOMAS PERRY IS A TRUE ORIGINAL." --JONATHAN KELLERMAN
"PERRY IS A MASTER AT NAIL-BITING SUSPENSE. I stayed up until three in the morning to reach the surprising denouement and get my blood pressure back to normal." --Los Angeles Times
"THE MOMENTUM NEVER FLAGS, AND THE SUSPENSE CONSTANTLY BUILDS." --Booklist (starred and boxed review)