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All the Dead Were Strangers (Conrad Voort,  Bk 3)
All the Dead Were Strangers - Conrad Voort, Bk 3
Author: Ethan Black
With his gut-wrenching brand of suspense, Ethan Black has earned praise from readers and critics alike. Now New York City police detective Conrad Voort returns in his most compelling, complex, and seductive case yet. — After a ten-year separation, Conrad Voort meets his childhood pal Meechum Keefe for drinks in Greenwich Village, and finds him fr...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780743471046
ISBN-10: 0743471040
Publication Date: 6/1/2003
Pages: 480
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Didn't really care much for this one, it started out fairly good then it just seemed to go off the track, going into the past and describing this and that, etc. so by half way I just lost interest in the whole thing because it wouldn't stick with just the main storyline and it was way way too long.
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oort is asked by a friend to meet him at the White Horse Tavern in Greenwich Village. The friend, Meechum Keefe, has something on his mind, but he is reluctant to tell Voort what it is without making it clear that Voort must tread very carefully. Keefe has a list of names on a napkin and explains to Voort that the people on this list are dying, one by one, but there seems to be no connection among them. Keefe is obviously nervous about who is watching them, and Voort follows and confronts a man who seems to be observing them. When he returns to the tavern, Keefe is gone. And Voort never sees him again.

What Voort discovers is that all but one of the people on the list are dead, but that they died in accidents. No foul play is suspected at all. Nor does there seem to be any connection on any front. Politically, they run the gamut from right wing to liberal to no interest in politics. The only thing Voort can do to honor Keefe's plea for help is to make contact with the one person on the list still alive, Dr. Jill Towne, a specialist in rare diseases who practices out of her office on Fifth Avenue. She will have nothing to do with Voort, even after he explains that she might be in danger, until she almost has an accident.
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I have been recommeneding Ethan Black's Conrad Voort series to mystery readers. This third book in the series was a bit different, but very well done. I have to say I didn't enjoy it quite as much as the other two, but it was still excellent.