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The Blue Hour (Merci Rayborn, Bk 1)
The Blue Hour - Merci Rayborn, Bk 1
Author: T. Jefferson Parker
Do you always check the backseat of your car before you get in? — You should. — Tim Hess is a semiretired veteran cop staring at a death sentence - his own. Detective Merci Rayborn, young enough to be his daughter, is brash, impatient, and not someone from whom Hess wants to be taking orders. He certainly isn't planning on falling in love with...  more
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ISBN-13: 9780786889693
ISBN-10: 0786889691
Publication Date: 4/3/2000
Pages: 480
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3.9 stars, based on 86 ratings
Publisher: Hyperion
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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copyrights1999 this one is a real page turner, there are leaks, and false leads,the crimes are sickening, DO YOU LOOK IN THE BACK SEAT BEFORE YOU GET IN YOUR CAR???? WELL YOU SHOULD, Tim is a semiretired veteran cop starting a death sentence-his own,Detective Merci he is young enough to be his daughter together they track down a psychopathic killer who's been abducting beautiful young woman from malls of Orange County ,Dubbed the purse snatcher , this is a very good book , it will keep you on your toes for sure, A cant lay it down type of who done it ? But with more to go !!!
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In some ways a sad book, but very engrossing mystery. Enjoyed it quite a bit. I am not generally a fan of "series" but would like to read a follow up...
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It was refreshing to read a mystery with an older protagonist. The characters are so well drawn that I was completely absorbed in this book and hated for it to end.

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Excellent book. Strong characters and a fascinating plot. I really like this author.
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tim Hess is a semiretired veteren cop staring at a death sentence--his own. Detective Merci Rayborn, young enough to be his daughter, is brash, impatient, and not someone from whom Hess wants to be taking orders. He certainly isn't planning on falling in love with her.....
Together they must track down a physopathic killer who's been abducting beautiful young women from the malls of Orange County.Dubbed the Purse Snatcher for the chilling way he he brags about his shockingly distinctive crimes, he is T> Jefferson Parkers most original creation yet
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Another great book by Parker (does he write any not great ones?). This one has an unlikely team of detectives but somehow he makes it believable and works wonders with character development. Surprise and somewhat upsetting ending but even that works. Highly recommended police procedural mystery.

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