Cracker: To Say I Love You

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Fitz is an ingenious psychologist who freelances his services to the police as a criminal profiler and master confessor. The police admire his skills, but not his lifestyle: Fitz loves gambling, booze, cigarettes, and pushing his considerable bulk into any situation that intrigues him. When a pair of cop-killers fall in love and begin a crime spree, Fitz gets brought in to hunt them down. In the midst of his investigation, his wife leaves him and he finds himself falling for his department liaison, Detective ...
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Overview

Fitz is an ingenious psychologist who freelances his services to the police as a criminal profiler and master confessor. The police admire his skills, but not his lifestyle: Fitz loves gambling, booze, cigarettes, and pushing his considerable bulk into any situation that intrigues him. When a pair of cop-killers fall in love and begin a crime spree, Fitz gets brought in to hunt them down. In the midst of his investigation, his wife leaves him and he finds himself falling for his department liaison, Detective Sergeant Jane Penhaligon. Torn between love of his family and the charms of the young policewoman, Fitz must focus on a case that questions the very nature of love and violence.

Dr. Edward Fitzgerald is a brilliant psychologist who freelances his services to the police as a criminal profiler. In a blood-soaked alleyway, Fitz tells detectives that the killers of a loan shark are sure to be a young man and woman using sex as a weapon and murder as an aphrodisiac. But there's one thing Fitz can't tell them--the pair are on to their next crime, and a cop is going to die. Martin's Press.

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Emily Melton
British psychologist and police consultant Dr. Edward "Fitz" Fitzgerald is fat, sloppy, and lovably klutzy but nonetheless brilliant at getting inside the heads of Britain's most notorious criminals. His latest case involves tracking down a pair of killers who are young, dumb, and violent. Neither Sean Kerrigan nor Tina Brien has ever been valued or loved. Alienated and alone, drifter Sean stutters so badly he can't be understood, while Tina, brought up in affluence, has turned rebellious hustler. When the pair goes on a killing spree and shoots cop George Giggs, Detective Sergeant Jane Penhaligon, Giggs' partner, is bent on avenging his death--and coincidentally improving her chances for promotion by solving the case. She and Fitz team up to find Sean and Tina. Brown's taut novel, based on a script developed for the Arts and Entertainment network's popular "Cracker" mystery series, is compelling, complex, dark--and a guaranteed page-turner.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312139513
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 12/1/1995
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.76 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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