A serial killer is on the loose stalking and murdering young male hustlers and depositing their bodies at New York City riverside locations. The predator displays his prey by reverentially laying out each body like the deceased in a casket and decorates them by placing wrapped condoms in their mouths.Lieutenant Denny Delaney, the celebrated detective who brought down the dreaded terrorist, Felix the Cat, heads the NYPD special ops squad investigating the homicides.read more
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In the third book of the series Lieutenant Denny Delaney, intrepid NYPD detective and twice catcher/killer of terrorist Felix the Cat, is assigned to what looks to be the case of a serial murderer, taking out young street hustlers and leaving the bodies always in the same fashion by the waterfront and with the addition of the killer's trademark. In the process he has to deal with other police units and the FBI, and not always with full cooperation. Added to his problems are the jibes from press and anonymous e-mailers questioning his abilities, manhood and faithfulness to his wife. One young hustler, Tim, seeks out Denny to offer help and later to seek help. Initially the contacts are by cell phone but they eventually meet, and it is clear that Tim is interested in more than just Denny's police protection, an interest Tim eventually has to opportunity to follow up, with a surprising response from Denny; perhaps leaving the latter something to think about. This is a fast moving and well formed detective thriller, with a few twists and turns along the way. However it is not so good when it strays from the plot and tries to fill in background on the social life of Denny and his wife, or when it contrives by one means or another to provide facts from Denny's history - but those passages are easy enough to skim through and so get back to the real interest of the plot, which is at its best when handling the dialogue between the various characters - a satisfying readread more
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