Pellam had unwittingly wandered onto the crime scene just minutes before the brutal hits. Now the feds and local police want him to talk. Mob enforcers want him silenced. And a mysterious blonde just wants him.
Trapped in a town full of sinister secrets and deadly deceptions, Pellam fears that death will imitate art, as the film shoot -- and his life -- race toward a breathtakingly bloody climax.
©1993 Jeffery Wilds Deaver; (P)2009 Simon & Schuster
Dept Q, Harry Hole... where are you?
I enjoyed alot of this book, principally because of great characters. And my criticism is based more on my inability to concentrate or stay awake. Perhaps I better give this another try....
The thing is Nesbo, Alders-Olsen, Stephen King's crime triology and especially AW Gray's works have set an impossibly high standard. Especially when I listen to so many new novels.
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