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A C.S.U. Investigation Series

D.H. Dublin
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A C.S.U. Investigation Series : Titles in Order

Book 3
A trash bag full of hacked-off body parts. A man thrown from a moving car. A young gang member, brutally tortured and killed. A yellow, shriveled corpse, oozing something other than blood.
 
Besides the fact that the C.S.U. found them all on the same day, it seems the cases have nothing to do with each other. But, when interwoven, they point to a plot more elaborate, and more sinister, than anything C.S.U. newbie Madison Cross has ever seen. To investigate, she’ll have to descend into Philly’s seedy underworld of gang brutality—and then rise to the highest echelon of organized crime. But members of both hope to see her eliminated, once and for all.
Book 2
From the author of Body Trace in the CSU Investigation series.
 
Crime Scene Unit (CSU): A group of forensic investigators who use cutting-edge technology to carry out crime scene investigations, helping to bring killers to justice.
 
There are several things Madison Cross still has to learn about the CSU. For instance, how not to get personally involved in a case, or how to stay out of dangerous situations. And near the top of the list is how to break the bad news to families of the deceased. Especially when it’s a suicide. Such appears to be the case with the OD of Derek Grant, vegetarian and environmentalist. His distraught, wheelchair-bound father Horace has already found the corpse, and the case seems all but closed. But the more Madison investigates, the less Derek’s death makes any sense. As she entangles herself in the web of their perverse family, Madison realizes, to her horror, that the killer is honing in on her.
 
Praise for D.H. Dublin
 
“D.H. Dublin [is] the newest of the blood bards.”—Philadelphia Weekly
 
“[A] brisk, tight novel. Anyone waiting for a CSI: Philadelphia spinoff should be pleased with this.”—Publishers Weekly

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