Serpent's Tooth is a New York Times best-selling thriller from the phenomenally popular author of Stone Kiss. When a suicidal ex-employee of a chic Los Angeles restaurant goes to work with a machine gun, the results of his murderous rampage send chills up the spine of Homicide Detective Peter Decker. But how could so many people be killed with just one gun? With lightning-quick pacing and thrill-a-minute plotting, Faye Kellerman's novel triumphs with a fantastic reading by George Guidall.
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by Faye Kellerman
"An enraged former employee commits mass murder and then shoots himself at Estelle's, a trendy Los Angeles cafŽ. LAPD detective Peter Decker grows to suspect the case is not as open-and-shut as it first appears. His investigation reveals some messy motives and a complex series of connections leading back to the massacre. George Guidall's performance is convincing, whether Decker is interrogating suspects at the Greenvale Country Club or, in off-the-job moments, sitting in his own kosher kitchen. Decker's wife, Rina, glows with earthy warmth, and his daughter grows up before his eyes as she decides to become a law enforcement professional. Guidall's narration catches every nuance. As bad girl Janine, his voice alternately oozes and scratches. His style and tone provide just the right touches to Faye Kellerman's introspective characters, original plotting, and engrossing storytelling. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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