By Gabriel Cohen
Within the Edgar Award–nominated first novel of the Jack Leightner crime sequence, the Brooklyn murder detective investigates a complicated homicide in risky terrain: the rundown local of his youth
Unlike the opposite participants of the elite Brooklyn South murder activity strength, Detective Jack Leightner prefers his murders baffling. He loves to lose himself in tricky circumstances, and he has simply stuck a homicide that would eat him like no different: an unidentified physique, certain execution variety, at the banks of the Gowanus Canal. Leightner is completing his first examine the corpse while he discovers a knife wound and loses his lunch. He has visible 1000 lifeless our bodies, yet not anything brings again undesirable thoughts like demise by means of knife.
The sufferer used to be a hardworking Dominican guy with a relatives, a role, and no ties to the underworld. Investigating this homicide will suck Leightner again into crimson Hook, the local of his youth—now a labyrinth of empty docks and crumbling housing tasks. It’s a difficult case, yet no longer part as tough as going domestic.
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