Beyond Recognition

Beyond Recognition

Book - 1997
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As a series of lethal, white-hot fires terrorizes the city of Seattle, forensic investigator Sergeant Lou Boldt and his aide, Daphne Matthews, become embroiled in a perilous cat-and-mouse duel with a mysterious arsonist and murderer. Tour.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c1997.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780786862405
Branch Call Number: FIC Pears
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Characteristics: 480 p.


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Oct 13, 2014

I like this book. I love the way Mr. Ridley portrayed the young Ben's innocence and how the complicated relationship between the psychologist and the detective unfolded. The horror of the crime in this novel is unthinkable, but very possible with military incompetence and the less than honorable way they treat our veterans.

Aug 05, 2013

Quite violent but intriguing and personalized as well. I like Lou Boldt and his Seattle Police Department colleagues and enjoy seeing how Pearson develops their characters through nonstop action plots.

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