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A debilitating injury has kept master Boston detective D.D. Warren on the police sidelines, but also propels her into a knotty family serial killer case that stretches back decades. Sent to a psychologist who specializes in pain, she discovers that she has accidentally become the client of a daughter of now-deceased mass murderer Harry Day. This titillating theory tells its story with a narrative that alternates between a third-person narrative and the voice of a possible suspect. Editor's recommendation. Now in mass-market paperback and NOOK Book.