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His wife dead, and her murder still unsolved, brilliant psychologist Henry Blackwell hurls himself into his work assisting Philadelphia detectives Jimmy Slomman and Dave Busch with criminal profiles. Living off whiskey and adrenaline, desperate for answers, Blackwell uncovers a pattern in a series of killings thathe hopes will help him solve his wife's murder. Blackwell is convinced his wife's murderer has returned to torture him, but Slomann and Busch see a different pattern: Blackwell knows all the vic and his ...
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Killer's Coda

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His wife dead, and her murder still unsolved, brilliant psychologist Henry Blackwell hurls himself into his work assisting Philadelphia detectives Jimmy Slomman and Dave Busch with criminal profiles. Living off whiskey and adrenaline, desperate for answers, Blackwell uncovers a pattern in a series of killings thathe hopes will help him solve his wife's murder. Blackwell is convinced his wife's murderer has returned to torture him, but Slomann and Busch see a different pattern: Blackwell knows all the vic and his periodic alcoholic blackouts coincide with the crimes. As Blackwell turns to an ambitious young reporter Michele Stone for help, the body count grows and the race to find the killer just might lead Blackwell to the most shocking suspect.

Mark T. Conard's Philly Payback Series takes you down the cracked and crooked back streets of an iconic American city to the secrets that lie hidden behind the boastful museums and white-washed history. A city that never lets a hero stand too long, Conard's Philadelphia is full of men and women swaying between virtue and vice, waiting for the tough winter wind off the Delaware to blow them one way or the other. In Dark as Night, a young man tries to claw his way out of the mean streets, only to get sucked back into his criminal past when his brother is released from Graterford with an offer of one last job. In Killer's Coda, a brilliant psychologist assists the police as they hunt for a serial killer, but soon finds himself on the wrong side of the investigation, with no one to trust--including himself.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016238579
  • Publisher: The Rogue Reader
  • Publication date: 3/10/2013
  • Series: Philly Payback , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 683,947
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Mark T. Conard is Chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. He’s the co-editor of The Simpsons and Philosophy, and Woody Allen and Philosophy, both published by Open Court Press, and is editor of The Philosophy of Film Noir, The Philosophy of Neo-Noir, The Philosophy of Martin Scorsese, The Philosophy of The Coen Brothers, and The Philosophy of Spike Lee, all published by The University Press of Kentucky. His latest thriller Dark as Night will be published by the Rogue Reader in March 2013. Connect with Mark on Twitter and visit his website.
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