Strange bedfellows, shocking revelations, reputations in ruins – but cause enough to kill? Stunning thriller from the author of The Blue Hour, Red Light and Black Water.
There was nothing special about San Diego detective Robbie Brownlow until he plunged six storeys from a burning hotel. He was left with broken bones, a large scar, and synaesthesia – a condition where words take on shapes and colours that indicate the speaker's emotions. Now he’s a human lie detector.
Murder victim Gus Asplundh relied on more conventional methods of detection. Hired to investigate rumours linking high-ranking officials with an elite prostitution ring, he turned to a computer genius for help. What he found in the Squeaky Clean Madam's little black book had the potential to ruin careers and bring down the city, but he was killed before he could act.
Now the dossier is in Robbie's hands. And the killer knows it…
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Praise for Jefferson Parker:
'Insanely imaginative' New York Times
‘Parker has only one rival – Thomas Harris’ Washington Post
‘One of our top writers’ Harlan Coben
‘I rank the crime novels of Jefferson Parker up there with the best’ Sue Grafton
Praise for Black Water:
'An expertly plotted thriller … Parker gets better and better' Literary Review
‘A well-plotted psychological thriller that keeps the reader guessing’ Time Out
‘A superior thriller’ Mail on Sunday
‘Parker at the top of his form’ Los Angeles TimesAbout the Author:
Jefferson Parker lives in Laguna Beach, California. When not working on his books, Parker spends his time with his family, hiking, hunting and fishing, and haunting the public tennis courts.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 400 pages. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0007202547
Book Description HarperCollins, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007202547