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Title:
Frenzy
Author:
Lutz, John, 1939- , author.
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Publication Information:
New York : Pinnacle Books, [2014]

©2014.
Physical Description:
550 pages ; 19 cm.
Summary:
Six dead women in a hotel room. Five of them students, still in their teens. Tied up. Tortured. The NYPD recognizes the suspect's signature--three bloody initials carved into each victim's forehead. Ex-cop Frank Quinn has faced this madman before. Both bear scars from their last encounter. In a deadly game of matched wits, only one can prevail. It's not just about who gets killed. It's about who will survive.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780786028306
Format :
Book

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"A MAJOR TALENT." --John Lescroart

"IN RARE FORM." -- The New York Times Book Review

"AMONG THE BEST." -- San Diego Union

Pretty Maids All In A Row

Six dead women in a hotel room. Five of them students, still in their teens. Tied up. Tortured. The NYPD recognizes the suspect's signature--three bloody initials carved into each victim's forehead. Ex-cop Frank Quinn has faced this madman before. Both bear scars from their last encounter. Killer and cop, hunter and prey . . . In a deadly game of matched wits, only one can prevail. It's not just about who gets killed. It's about who will survive . . .

"LUTZ OFFERS UP A HEART-POUNDING ROLLER COASTER OF A TALE." --Jeffery Deaver


Author Notes

John Lutz is the author of more than 40 novels including Lazarus Man, Jericho Man, Dancing with the Dead, and Slaughter. He is also the author of several series including the Alo Nudger series, the Fred Carver Mystery series, and the Frank Quinn series. SWF Seeks Same was adapted into the hit movie Single White Female starring Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh and The Ex was adapted into a HBO feature. He has received several awards including an Edgar Award, a Shamus Award, the Shamus Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Short Mystery Fiction Society's Golden Derringer Lifetime Achievement Award.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Booklist Review

Frank Quinn thought he'd seen and heard the last of the DOA killer after a confrontation in Maine that left Quinn with a gunshot wound and the killer dead in a plane crash. The experts said no one could have survived the crash. Quinn has mostly healed and is back to work with his investigations firm, Quinn and Associates. The DOA killer, or a deadly accurate copycat, is back to work as well. The carnage at a New York hotel is brutal. It seems DOA targeted one young woman but was unaware she was chaperoning a half dozen high-school art students in town to tour the museums. The girls all met the same grisly fate as their chaperone. New York Police Commissioner Harley Renz reaches out to Quinn, his former homicide partner, to lead the investigation. Quinn won't tolerate being bested by DOA. The ninth entry in the Quinn series contains all the elements fans have come to expect: a painstaking procedural investigation, mordant humor, white-knuckle suspense, and a three-dimensional villain.--Lukowsky, Wes Copyright 2014 Booklist


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