Exiciting page turner about a serial killer, a woman-stalker who is as ruthless as he is brazen. Good read!
This book catches your interest from the first page and keeps all the way to the end.I love books that can do that for me!
A very good police mystery. NYPD Det. Lt. Vinda has his own way of seeking the ruthless killer.
A good thriler. has a few twists and turns in it.
Three young women are ictims of a serial killer, the only apparent likd is the bizarre and brutal nature of their deaths. NYPD Detective Lieutenant, John Vinda, heads up the investigation.
A steaming witch's brew of a tale about a serial killer bent on revenge against the entire New York City police force, Caunitz's ( One Police Plaza ) latest blockbuster recipe combines his lifetime of police work with a hint of Hollywood, a helping of women's rights, a bit of bombing, a touch of Transylvania and a pinch of S & M. After a second young black woman is found with her throat ripped out, the NYPD appoints rogue-male Lieutenant John Vinda to head up a task force. The subsequent murder of a white Sutton Place heiress belies a racial motive and prompts protests by angry women's groups, leading to the addition of two female detectives to the task force. The discovery of a fourth body by a famous movie star in the dressing room of a ritzy Fifth Avenue salon turns the case into a media circus. The lady cops pull off some outrageous interrogation techniques amid right-on characterizations of New York types. Never mind that the plot is a little contrived or that the cops have apparently gone through sensitivity training or that the ending may be unintentionally humorous--this book is great entertainment.
As usual, Caunitz has done his homework. It's nasty, plausable, and realistic. If you are into police stories- read this one.
A brutal serial killer...A cop on the edge...A precinct about to explode.