The thief who couldn't sleep : the first Evan Tanner novel
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Published
New York : Harper, 2007.
Status
Central - Adult Detective
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Book
Physical Desc
203 pages ; 18 cm
Language
English
ISBN
9780061258060, 0061258067

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Evan Michael Tanner hasn't slept in more than a decade-not since a small piece of battlefield shrapnel invaded his skull and obliterated his brain's sleep center. Still, he's managed to find numerous inventive ways to occupy his waking hours. Tanner is a card-carrying member of hundreds of international organizations, from the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Order to the Flat Earth Society-not because he believes in their myriad lost causes, he's simply a joiner by nature. Besides, it gives him something to do. The Russians think Tanner is a CIA operative on a covert mission. The CIA is certain he's a Soviet agent. Actually, he's in Turkey pursuing a fortune in hidden Armenian gold. But Tanner's up for anything, including a little spycraft, if it helps him reach his big payday. And if need be, he'll even start a small revolution . . . -- from Amazon.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Block, L. (2007). The thief who couldn't sleep: the first Evan Tanner novel. New York: Harper.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Block, Lawrence. 2007. The Thief Who Couldn't Sleep: The First Evan Tanner Novel. New York: Harper.

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Block, Lawrence, The Thief Who Couldn't Sleep: The First Evan Tanner Novel. New York: Harper, 2007.

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Block, Lawrence. The Thief Who Couldn't Sleep: The First Evan Tanner Novel. New York: Harper, 2007. Print.

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