Thursday, June 5, 2014

Sins of the Flesh by Colleen McCullough (downloadable audio)

Sins of the Flesh
by Colleen McCullough [Downloadable Audio McCullough]

Police Captain Carmine Delmonico comes home early from his vacation to help his team catch a psychopathic killer in Holloman, Connecticut. The team focuses their investigation on a trio of eccentrics who knew the victims and who keep changing their stories. But the cases are still puzzling and complicated. They are complicated because one of the suspects is the high-powered head of the local mental and the friend of one of police detectives. They are puzzling because of the various methods used to kill them. As they investigate the detectives travel through a maze of lies and betrayals. This series is set in the 1960s in a small sleepy college town in the days before technological and forensic science tools assisted investigations. -- recommended by Donna G. - Virtual Services [ see Donna's Reviewer Profile ]

[If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try the Oak Knoll series by Tami Hoag and the works of Karin Slaughter and Lisa Jackson.]

[Also available in traditional print format.]

[ official Sins of the Flesh page on the publisher's official Colleen McCullough web site ]

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