Immoral (Jonathan Stride)
not Since Michael Connelly Or Dennis Lehane Has A Debut Author Unleashed A Thriller As Mesmerizing, Original, And Utterly Shocking As Brian Freeman's immoral every Time You Think You Know How It Ends…think Again…
lieutenant Jonathan Stride Knows It's Not A Moral World. One Teenage Girl Has Already Disappeared On His Watch, Leaving Behind No Body, No Killer, And No Justice. Now, When Another Girl Goes Missing On A Cold Night In Minnesota, Stride Must Relive His Worst Nightmare…
a Near Pitch-perfect Novel.
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detective Jonathan Stride Believes That, According To The Laws Of Human Nature, Most People Leave Behind A Trail. He Is Hard-pressed, However, To Find One In The Disappearance Of A Teenage Girl In Duluth, Mn. When A Second Girl Goes Missing A Year Later, He Carefully Builds His Case, Even Without A Body. A Skillfully Drawn Courtroom Scene Ends With The Murder Of The Accused And The Apparent Resolution Of The Case. But That's Just When Things Really Get Complicated: The Action Shifts To Las Vegas, Where The Minnesota Menace Seems To Have Relocated. In This Compelling Debut Thriller, Freeman Turns In A Psychologically Gripping, Virtuoso Performance, With A Detective Who Is Likely To Return. He Deftly Lays Bare The Demons Lurking In Many Of Us While Keeping Us Tantalized Through A Series Of Plot Shifts. Highly Recommended. [a Bomc And Literary Guild Main Selection.-ed.]-roland Person, Formerly With Southern Illinois Univ. Lib., Carbondale Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
Author: Freeman, Brian.
- Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
- Pages: 432
- Publication Date: 2006-06-27T00:00:01Z
- Edition: Reprint
- Binding: Mass Market Paperback
- MSRP: 6.99
- ISBN13: 9780312939724
- ISBN: 0312939728
- Language: en_US
- Quality Rating: 1
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