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The second set of crime thrillers starring a tough Florida PI from the New York Times–bestselling author of Single White Female and “one of the masters” (Ridley Pearson).
New York Times– and USA Today–bestselling author John Lutz has been hailed as “a major talent” by John Lescroart, and he “just keeps getting better and better” (Tony Hillerman). “Lutz offers up a heart-pounding roller coaster” (Jeffery Deaver) in his thrillers and “knows how to make you shiver” (Harlan Coben).
“The Carver series is the finest work yet by this prolific author” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch). After a criminal’s bullet shattered not only his knee but also his career as an Orlando cop and his marriage, Fred Carver starts over as a private detective. In this award-winning ten-book series, Lutz’s “dogged Carver is a believably heroic guy, tough, scarred and able to exhibit fear and courage at the same time” (Publishers Weekly).
Flame: When his newest client is killed in a car explosion only minutes after hiring him, Carver learns the man may not have been whom he claimed.
“Stunning . . . a brilliant writer, here at the peak of his abilities.” —The Plain Dealer
Bloodfire: Carver is hired by a distraught husband to find his missing wife—a heroin addict who fled with nearly $10,000. But when the terrified woman begs Carver for protection, the truth about his client’s motives comes out, and now both of them must go on the run.
“Another satisfying thriller . . . Lutz carefully and caustically captures the heat and amorality of the faces and fixtures of the Florida drug scene.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Hot: After an old man tells Carver a tale of his wealthy neighbor in the Florida Keys using a yacht to smuggle cocaine, he turns up dead, the victim of a suspicious hit-and-run, and it’s up to the PI to bring his killers to justice.
“A fast-paced and well-plotted mystery . . . stays hot until the very last page.” —San Francisco Chronicle

Krimis und Thriller
4. September
Open Road Media

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