Tag Archives: murders

Book Review – Gorky Park – Martin Cruz Smith

Three bodies, faceless and missing fingertips, are found in Gorky Park, Moscow. A police detective investigates, expecting the KGB to take over the investigation at any moment, and gets drawn into a tangled web of lies, money, and not knowing who to trust. Arkady Renko is a police investigator who, …

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Book Review – Torpedo Juice – Tim Dorsey

From the Publisher The drinks are on Sunshine State historian/spree killer Serge A. Storms, who’s decided it’s high time he got married. So he’s motoring down to the Florida Keys — the ultimate end of the line — in search of Ms. Right . . . and finding his doped-up …

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Book Review – The Closers – Michael Connelly

From the Publisher He walked away from the job three years ago. But Harry Bosch cannot resist the call to join the elite Open/Unsolved Unit. His mission: solve murders whose investigations were flawed, stalled, or abandoned to L.A.’s tides of crime. With some people openly rooting for his failure, Harry …

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Book Review – The Burglar on the Prowl – Lawrence Block

From the Publisher Acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Lawrence Block returns with one of his most inspired and popular characters: the extraordinary Bernie Rhodenbarr. Sophisticated yet down-to-earth, philosophical yet practical, Bernie is a gentleman who knows and loves his territory, the gloriously diverse and electric streets of Manhattan. He …

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Book Review – Winter Prey – John Sandford

A child sex ring in a small town sets off a bloody trail of murders until Lucas Davenport can find the killer. While the style isn’t fantastic, the plot isn’t amazing, and the characters great, there is definatly something about a John Sandford book that draws the reader in and …

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