Dark House

Dark House

Book - 2005
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Penguin Putnam
Paris Murphy, the brilliant homicide detective who pursued serial killers in Clean Cut and Cold Blood, tracks an intimately involved couple in a very different kind of murder case.

Theresa Monsour's precise and tough-minded storytelling has been praised by superb thriller writers-among them, Sandford himself, Jeffery Deaver, and Daniel Silva-all of whom welcome her as a peer. Her heroine, Paris Murphy, is a police detective known for her skill, her unerring intuition, and her reckless willingness to use herself as killer bait.

In Dark House, Paris tracks an unholy pair. Blond, sexually driven university professor Serene Ransom comes on to bartender Catch Clancy in a small rural hangout. When a snowmobiler holds up the place, Serene pushes Catch to kill the guy, then takes Catch home to St. Paul where she has plans for him, plans that result in even more violence.

Baker & Taylor
When a sexually driven university professor seduces a bartender into murdering a would-be robber and committing other violent acts, police detective Paris Murphy is forced to use herself as bait in order to stop a dangerous crime spree. By the author of Cold Blood. 15,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2005
ISBN: 9780399152900
0399152903
Characteristics: 309 p. ; 24 cm

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