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Killing season : a thriller

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2017
In Faye Kellerman's electrifying new stand-alone novel, a young man's investigation into his sister's death draws him into the path of a sadistic serial killer.

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Genre: Thrillers (Fiction)

ISBN:

  • 9780062465931
  • 0062465937

Edition: First edition.

Description: 695 pages ; 24 cm

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Emerson, Kathy Lynn — Kathy Lynn Emerson's Elizabethan mysteries will appeal especially to fans of Kellerman's historical novels, but also to her mystery readers generally. Character development and plot are reminiscent of Kellerman's mysteries, and both authors pay close attention to detail in their historical fiction. -- Katherine Johnson
Haines, Kathryn Miller — Kathryn Miller Haines and Faye Kellerman pen evocative mysteries starring intrepid detectives, whether it's a pair of best-friend amateur sleuths or a couple of professional detectives. Set in Los Angeles and New York City, their work is atmospheric and compelling. -- Mike Nilsson
Griffiths, Elly — These authors write atmospheric and suspenseful mysteries driven by characters with complex lives who explore interesting and difficult crimes. A darker and moody atmosphere pervade the books, and the sleuths come at the crimes from unusual point of view, i.e. archaeology or Orthodox Judaism. -- Melissa Gray
Paretsky, Sara — Sara Paretsky's intense, dark and graphic novels, set in gritty Chicago, may appeal to Kellerman's fans. Paretsky's heroine, V.I. (Victoria Iphigenia) Warshawski, is tougher and more worldly than Rina Lazarus, but she has a strong social conscience, and is just as dedicated to seeing that justice is done. Lottie Herschel, like Kellerman's Rabbi Schulman, is a Holocaust survivor. -- Katherine Johnson
Spencer-Fleming, Julia — Julia Spencer-Fleming's murder Mysteries feature a female Episcopal priest and a Police Chief who falls in love with the good pastor. Like Kellerman, Spencer-Fleming's books combine a faith, a culture, and graphic murder scenes. Her novels are suspenseful police procedural Mysteries starring a female main character with a religious vocation. -- Katherine Johnson
Hillerman, Tony — Kellerman's readers might try Tony Hillerman, whose complex Mysteries with multiple plot threads are enriched by Native American cultural traditions, some of which may contrast with the expectations of police work and of the Anglo community. -- Katherine Johnson
Kemelman, Harry — Harry Kemelman's Rabbi Small mysteries, like Kellerman's, feature immersion in Jewish culture and traditions, though Rabbi Small is an amateur who uses insight and reasoning rather than police procedure. The crimes are realistic and the plots well-crafted, though the stories as a whole are much less gritty. -- Katherine Johnson
Rubino, Jane — These authors' works are Atmospheric, Suspenseful, and Compelling, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subjects 'Detectives' and 'Murder investigation'.
Penny, Louise — These authors' works are Atmospheric and Character-driven, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subjects 'Detectives', 'Police', and 'Murder investigation'.
George, Elizabeth, 1949- — These authors' works are Suspenseful, Compelling, and Richly detailed, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subjects 'Police', 'Murder investigation', and 'Murder'.
Isaacs, Susan, 1943- — These authors' works are Suspenseful, Compelling, and Character-driven, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subjects 'Police', 'Murder investigation', and 'Murder'.
Mosley, Walter — These authors' works are Atmospheric and Character-driven, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subjects 'Los Angeles, California', 'Murder investigation', and 'Murder'.

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