Eve Duncan #2
On Sale: May 1, 2000
Featuring: Eve Duncan & Joe Quinn; John Logan & Sarah Patrick; Jane Macquire
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The killer knew Eve Duncan all too well. He knew the pain
she felt for her murdered daughter, Bonnie, whose body was
never found. He knew that as one of the nation's top
forensic sculptors she would insist on identifying nine
skeletons unearthed on a bluff near Georgia's Talladega
Falls. And he knew that she wouldn't be able to resist the
temptation of believing that one of those skeletons - the
one belonging to a young girl - might be Bonnie's...
that is only the beginning of the killer's sadistic game.
Soon the calls begin to come. Sly, insinuating, chilling.
Whoever is on the other end of the line is watching. He
sees every move Eve makes. He savors her pain. He could
strike at any time. But that's not what he wants - not
In a heartbeat, Eve's world is turned upside down.
Not even the two tough, powerful, and relentless men who
would do anything to keep Eve safe can help her.
Duncan must match wits with the most dangerous of
2 comments posted.
Re: Killing Game
It is clear that such games are not for everyone. And for someone,
increasing the scale in this case means only increasing "delusions, drug
addiction and perverse logic, or rather, its absence." Why poke the key
into the pussy of some insect (!), Why press the bubbles on the shell of
a huge turtle (!!), why should we make three strange crocodiles sing,
conducting them with the help of reeds (!!!)? Why all this and what is
happening here at all? Perhaps, not for nothing is there everywhere full
of huge mushrooms (and amanita is, if anything, a fly agaric)?
(Anna May 10:51am May 20, 2018)
It's easier to write off everything that the authors have overeaten. It is
more difficult to understand, forgive and accept all this surrounding sur
and phantasmagoria. But if you have accepted, then an amazing,
unusual and extremely interesting world will open up before you, which
lives, breathes and constantly strikes something, the picture has
become even more detailed, juicier and more beautiful. Well, in search
of escaping logic, you can always turn to the book with clues.
(Anna May 10:52am May 20, 2018)
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