Blood Games

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A gripping novel from the Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus series - published in the USA as GUN GAMES - from New York Times bestselling author Faye Kellerman.

When fifteen-year-old Gregory Hesse is found dead, a single gunshot to his head, it appears to be a tragic suicide. But his mother refuses to accept the verdict and pleads for a police inquiry.

Detective Peter Decker of the LAPD, working the case, knows only too well what secret lives teenagers live. He and his wife Rina have recently become responsible for Gabe Whitman, an enigmatic and gifted teen, whose parents abandoned him.

Just weeks later, a sixteen-year-old girl enrolled at the same exclusive high school as Gregory commits suicide. Decker’s probe into the lives of these privileged teenagers, uncovers a dark trail of twisted allegiances and unholy alliances. With the return of Gabe’s father, former hit-man Chris Donnatti, the case takes an even more sinister turn…

Reviews

'Kellerman is an excellent writer' The Times

'Very exciting' Daily Mail

'Brutal but thoughtful and well-plotted, fast-moving and well told' Observer

'Sensational' Mirror

'Kellerman creates a claustrophobic atmosphere, against a background of seediness, violence and distrust' Sunday Telegraph

'Kellerman moves her gritty mean streets LA plot along with breakneck pace' Irish Independent

About the author

Born in St. Louis, Faye Kellerman is one of the most highly considered US crime authors. Her first novel, ‘The Ritual Bath’ (1986) introduced Sergeant Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus. It also won the 1987 Macavity Award for Best First Mystery. Kellerman currently lives in Beverly Hills with her husband and four children.

GENRE
Detectives en thrillers
UITGEGEVEN
2011
8 december
TAAL
EN
Engels
LENGTE
464
Pagina's
UITGEVER
HarperCollins
GROOTTE
1,4
MB

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