Cold Kill

Cold Kill

[a Detective Stella Mooney Novel]

Book - 2006
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Fans of the PBS series Prime Suspect or of hot Scottish writer Ian Rankin shouldn't wait to check out this mystery... it] will surely be one of the best mysteries of the summer, probably of the year.- Rocky Mountain News on The Dead Sit Round in a Ring Cold Kill, David Lawrence's third book in the highly acclaimed Detective Stella Mooney series, finds the memorable Stella at a crime scene in a wintry London park. The brutalized corpse of a young woman has just been discovered. When Robert Kimber walks into a Notting Hill police station and confesses to the murder, it's an open-and-shut case--just what the police want this close to Christmas. But Stella has her doubts. And if their suspect didn't commit the murder, who did? Someone without a conscience. Someone who will tap into Kimber's disturbed mind. Someone who needs an apprentice for the dark business he has planned....
Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Minotaur, 2006, c2005
ISBN: 9780312347413
Branch Call Number: LAW
Characteristics: 437 p


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3puffins Jul 25, 2011

Repeat discription of Stella's past i.e. where she lived, came from, knew or had connection with, is starting to become tedious. Also, the coarse language is alot more evident and used with greater frequency. Yeah, I know "that's life" but foul language used gratuitously doesn't add anything to the story. These two elements make the read a little disappointing.

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