This was a good, disturbing mystery with lots of twists and false leads. I liked the characters Gurson and Kane and how they worked together to solve these murders.
Kept me on the edge of my seat!
Keep reading! I thought, "Oh,no,what kind of book is this?" But it turns out to be an excellent who dun'it/mystery. Fun read. If you like mystery/detective/thriller you will enjoy this one.
Horrible book. Too many plots that don't combine until the last 1/8 of the book. Lots of gratuitous sex that just didn't flow with any of the plots. Not an author I would read again.
Good murder mystery with psychological overtones. This is a new female author and I hope she writes more.
In the dreary, dreadful gray of a New York winter, two bodies are discovered in Central Park. The first horrible burned beyond recognition. The second, once a prominent psychiatrist, an apparent suicide, taking his last breath behind the wheel of a '57 Mercedes Bullwing, an unfired .25 caliber automatic at his side.
These grisly findings resonate deeply within the personal lives of Detective James Gurson and Didi Kane. As the dirty truth begins to surface, so too will the s]psychological wreckage. To solve these complex and interconnected crimes, they must embark on an investigation that takes on noir undertones, immersing them in a labyrinth of Freudian reverie, Jungian dreams, unconscious truths and consious deceptions, graphic sex, and sadistic violence.