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Slipping into Darkness
     

Slipping into Darkness

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by Peter Blauner
 

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When a twenty-year-old murder case comes back to life, a detective must race against his failing sight to unravel the mystery
When Allison Wallis was beaten to death, Detective Francis X. Loughlin found the killer—Julian Vega, a teenager with a crush on the murdered girl. Using his natural sense of empathy, he cozied up to young Julian,

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Slipping into Darkness 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this on sale, found a new favorite author. Well written, engrossing story. Hard to put down. Will deffinitely recommend.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a gem of a book that I picked up on the clearance pile at B&N, expecting very little. It turned out to be an exceptionally well written story that I recommend to anyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Could not put down. Finished in 2 days, staying up well past midnight.. Throughly enjoyed the mystery and the character development. Will be looking at Mr. Blauner's past books and buying them up if they are as good as this.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This tale of murder is really a story of how turning a blind eye to evil only makes it stronger and can enhance its existance. It is well structured and easy to follow the plot, more so than some, but the ending is sad, redeeming and a matter of true justice for those involved. Only those that allow evil to grow can be the ones to attempt to cause its demise. While there is always good vs. evil, this ending is beyond that and hits home for anyone who regrets things they did not do.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a well written tale of burden and severe illness that is purpetuated by ignorance and the inability to deal with the truth. While it has several levels to it the ending boils down to what most people would call 'justice'. A very good read.
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Kid257 More than 1 year ago
Blauner illustrates the premise that darkness is not always confined to falling quickly like a rock from a lofty summit. It may descend slowly like a feather defying gravity in a gentle breeze. Hold on to your hats mystery fans as you weave your way through a tangled web of deceit and misdirection. The maze will make you wonder and debate reality in your mind as you walk in the shadows of the past. Read on and speculate what could have been versus the dramatic impact of haste and desire.