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Half a Mind

Hornsby, Wendy

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ISBN 10: 0453007104 / ISBN 13: 9780453007108
Edité par NAL, 1990
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Etat : Very Good Hardcover
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Titre : Half a Mind

Éditeur : NAL

Date d'édition : 1990

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre :Very Good

Etat de la jaquette : Very Good

Signé : Signed by Author(s)

Edition : 1st Edition

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Synopsis :

Southern California homicide detective Roger Tejeda has "the gift" - a sixth sense for catching the most elusive kind of criminal, the serial killer. But Lt. Tejeda is now working with a handicap: half a mind. His last case left him with a skull fracture, lingering blackouts, and lapses of memory, all of which make it that much harder to figure out who would send him a gift box holding a severed head.

With the help of his beautiful lover, Kate Teague, Lt. Tejeda follows a bloody trail left by a sex killer--one that leads terrifyingly close to the beachfront mansion heiress Kate calls home. But it's Kate's daring plan to net the slippery and very dangerous psycho that takes her and Tejeda into the dark insider's circle of rough sex and deadly acts of passion ...and perhaps fatally close to the evil men do when they get their thrills from terror.

A propos de l'auteur:

Wendy Hornsby (1947 - ) is a native of Southern California, the setting for her nine mystery novels. Among the awards she has received for her work are the Edgar Allan Poe Award (the "Edgar") and its French equivalent le Grand Prix de litterature policiere, as well as nominations for the Anthony Award and the Prix Du Roman D'Adventures. While a NPR interviewer described the author as a "soft-spoken college professor," critics have described her work as "refreshing [and] real" (NY Times), "unusually poignant" (LA Times), and "powerful writing and... equally thought-provoking story" (Publisher's Weekly). The Cleveland Plain Dealer declared, "No mystery novelist since Raymond Chandler may have captured downtown Los Angeles as Hornsby does."

Hornsby lives in Long Beach CA, where she teaches history at a local college.



COLEEN MARLO was named Publishers Weekly?s 2010 Audiobook Narrator of the Year. Marlo is a two-time nominee for the prestigious Audie® Award, and has received three Listen Up Awards from Publishers Weekly. She is a member of The Actors Studio.

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