Evil in Return

Evil in Return

eBook - 2010
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Bestselling novelist Joe Logan walks out into a hot summer's evening in central London. The next day his body is found dumped in a disused Victorian crypt at the Brompton Cemetery. He has been tied up, shot, and castrated. The killing has the hallmarks of a professional hit. But what had Logan done to deserve such a brutal end?

Detective Mark Tartaglia is convinced that Logan's personal life holds the key, but unravelling the victim's recent past proves difficult. Then the body of a second man is found in an old boathouse on the Thames -- killed in an identical fashion to Logan. A vicious and methodical killer is at work, but what does he want and how does he lure his victims to their death? If Tartaglia can find the link between the two dead men maybe he can find the killer before he strikes again.

Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : House of Anansi Press, 2010
ISBN: 9780887842818
088784281X
Characteristics: 1 online resource (408 p.) :,port

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Oct 20, 2014

I am trying to place a hold at the Londonderry branch Unable to do so this morning. Please hold at L br for me

debwalker Jan 04, 2011

tChosen by Jeanne Holmes as book of the year: "The latest Mark Tartaglia mystery by British Writer Elena Forbes. Set in London, in this third instalment Tartaglia and his squad search for a particularly grisly serial killer.

"The recurring characters have deeper stories to tell that give subtle colours to the plot. Tartaglia is a Ducati-riding loner who lunches most Sundays with his large Italian family, dodging his sister’s ongoing efforts to fix him up with her friends. This series is a bit darker but still an excellent read."

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