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Mason's innovative plotting with touches of devious humor fuels the story, but "The Hidden Things" is driven by its perceptive character studies of criminals, the criminally inclined and two innocents whose worlds are about to implode.The attack continues until Carly is able to knock out her attacker, then runs to the nearest neighbor.The plot unfurls showing how John -- aka Jonathan Spera -- obtained the painting, how two people were killed, one left for dead and two escaped when he tried to sell it, and how the survivors are affected.Jamie Mason's "The Hidden Things" is published by Gallery Books.
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