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Deviant Way
Deviant Way
Author: Richard Montanari
ISBN-13: 9780671511098
ISBN-10: 0671511092
Publication Date: 6/1/1997
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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They call themselves Saila and Pharaoh, but only after sundown. They leave a gruesome clue at each crime scene - a rose tattoo, unceremoniously skinned from each of their pretty, yong victims. Homicide detective Jack Paris heads the undercover investigation into the killings, discovering a twisted world that both repels and attracts him - and tests the limits of his own dark urges and criminal impulses. But just when the stakes couldn't get more personal, Jack's eleven-year-old daughter disappears. And Jack Paris' nightmare begins...
sharrona avatar reviewed Deviant Way on + 207 more book reviews
The cover blurb compares this story & writing to that in Silence of the Lambs. The plot has some surprising twists, and even at the end I was left wondering about a few things. This author has written other books about Jack Paris, this book's protagonist, and some non-series books.
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Fast paced, on the edge, sexual overtones--Jack Paris heads the task force in search of the serial killers seeking women with rose tatoos. Each page keeps you reading faster and faster as the story unfolds and you better hang on as you go as it takes a turn you just don't see coming.