Psychiatrist Jack Caleb and Chicago cop John Thinnes return in this "well-crafted procedural . . . intriguingly presented . . . spiked by psychological insight" (Booklist). After a woman is brutally raped in the posh Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago and a second rape victim is murdered, the hunt for a serial rapist/killer becomes a "heater" case, front-burnered due to the scrutiny of publicity. The pressure is on Det. John Thinnes and his new partner, a strong-willed feminist cop named Don Franchi. Psychiatrist Jack Caleb is acting as a police consultant to construct a psychological profile of the rapist, and Thinnes asks his friend to step in and mediate the friction between him and his partner. If they're going to solve an increasingly complicated and disturbing case that matches the MO of earlier, similar crimes in another Illinois city, they need to find a way to work together . . .
by Michael Allen Dymmoch
by Taylor Stevens
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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