Deaver


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Dea·ver

(dē'vĕr),
John Blair, U.S. surgeon, 1855-1931. See: Deaver incision.

Dea·ver

(dē'vĕr),
George G., U.S. physiatrist, 1890-1973. See: Deaver method.
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Jeffery Deaver As a child I loved fiction that told of conflict between good and evil: Lord of the Rings by Tolkien, Chronicles of Narnia by Lewis, all of the James Bond books, Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Alan Poe tales.
Deaver previously served as the Credit Union's human resources manager, overseeing recruitment, benefits and training.
Jeffery Deaver is a number-one international best-selling author of more than 30 novels, including the novel turned film, The Bone Collector (1996).
The result is a fine collection especially recommended for prior Deaver fans.
THE SKIN COLLECTOR by Jeffery Deaver (Hodder & Stoughton, hardback PS18.
When Deaver died in 2007, The Washington Post called him the "media maestro'' who "shaped President Ronald Reagan's public image for 20 years, transforming American politics with his powerful gift for image-making.
RATING: 9/10 THE OCTOBER LIST, by Jeffery Deaver Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton.
Summary: "There is no better festival in the world than the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature," declared acclaimed American mystery/crime writer Jeffery Deaver.
CARTE BLANCHE by Jeffery Deaver (Hodder & Stoughton pounds 19.
Jeffery Deaver had one when he was asked to write the latest James Bond book.