One of the most popular suspense novels of all time. A well-dressed man stalks the high-class neighborhoods of New York City. He is armed with an ice axe. His victims are strangers. And one cop, Captain Ed Delaney must solve a series of bizarre, gruesome murders that defy logic or method. This shocking story has captured the imaginations of millions like no other modern thriller.
Prolong the suspense: follow the further crime-solving career of Edward X. Delaney.
©1973 Lawrence Sanders (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
"Breathtakingly exciting." (Rolling Stone)
I couldn't get through the first chapter because the narrator was so dry. Total waste of money.
I can't believe I wasted my credit on this! I have spent a week trying to get intrested in this and I give up. I made it to chapter 6, was so bored I wanted to stab myself in the eye with a pencil. I hated the narrator, I hated the characters, I mean for the love of all that is holy we are 6 chapters into this and no one has died yet, except maybe the readers of bordem. I really had no idea from the description that this was set in the 70's, I've lived through the 70's it wasn't that great why in heavens name would I want to read about it. Unless you are suffering from insomnia I wouldn't recommend that you purchase this snoozer.
I suppose this book was written when books were written slowly, around 1700 or so. I listen to it because I have paid for it, and knit and think instead.
Suspense, Where Art Thou?!
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