Ezekiel "Coop" Cooper is lonely. He’s no longer with the NYPD due to cancer that’s in remission. His daughter Bette is in New Jersey, and he doesn’t talk with her about anything personal, but he loves her. He’s looking forward to seeing her at the family bungalow, but when he gets there, he finds her dead, curled up in a way that suggests a ritual murder. He investigates the death, eventually joining forces with a mystery writer who believes a serial killer has murdered Bette. By the time they put all the pieces together, they realize that the killer is extremely dangerous, and could be headed to kill more people they know. This book puts a new shine on a classic thriller plot.
John Lutz’s work includes political suspense, private-eye novels, urban suspense, humor, occult, crime caper, police procedural, espionage, historical, futuristic, amateur detective—virtually every mystery subgenre. He is the author of more than 45 novels and 250 short stories and articles. His… More about John Lutz
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Published by Random House Audio Feb 22, 2002| 716 Minutes| ISBN 9781415911648