At age nine, Harry Booth started stealing to help support his family. He would sneak into houses at night and steal items he could sell for money. After his mother died, he moved back to Chicago but continued working at night.
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From the Outer Banks to Savannah, to New Orleans, he changes his identity and remains cautious, observant, and distant. He doesn’t want to be noticed or get attached. He can’t help but let his guard down when he encounters Miranda Emerson. But the strong bond between them cannot last because not all thieves follow Harry’s code of honor.
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Some people pay others to take risks because they want to hoard more treasure. Some are driven by greed, just like people who buy paintings and jewels. After Harry takes a lucrative job for Carter LaPorte, Carter LaPorte sees a way to use his skills to make himself rich, and he decides to take advantage of Harry. To truly free himself from his enemy, he must face him once and for all. Only then can he be sure to own something worth more than anything he has ever taken from someone else.
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