Tap,Tap

Tap,Tap

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by David Lozell Martin
     
 

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What if your best friend started murdering you worst enemies? That's the frightening premise of Tap, Tap, David Martin's most terrifying thriller since his international bestseller Lie to Me. In Tap, Tap we meet Roscoe Bird, a get-along, go-along Washington, D. C., businessman who does his best to avoid conflict in his life, marriage, and workplace. But not in his… See more details below

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What if your best friend started murdering you worst enemies? That's the frightening premise of Tap, Tap, David Martin's most terrifying thriller since his international bestseller Lie to Me. In Tap, Tap we meet Roscoe Bird, a get-along, go-along Washington, D. C., businessman who does his best to avoid conflict in his life, marriage, and workplace. But not in his past. Because when Peter Tummelier, his buddy from childhood, suddenly appears, bodies start showing up, too. And when Roscoe becomes the police's prime suspect for the killing spree, a heart-stopping race against time blocks Peter's brilliantly diabolical scheme of manipulation and murder from continuing. Only by destroying his closest friend can Roscoe save his own family, clear his name, and avoid a hideous death himself. Sophisticated, suspenseful, and replete with page-turning drive that marks the finest thrillers, Tap, Tap is a riveting examination of the ties that bind - and the ties that strangle, too.

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Library Journal
In this BOMC alternate by the author of Lie to Me ( LJ 6/1/90), a ``violent, psychologically acute, grossly logical thriller,'' vampire Peter Tummerlier is killing all the enemies of his childhood friend, Roscoe Bird.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780679410553
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/13/1995
Series:
Rhvp-Remainder Ser.
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
291
Product dimensions:
6.44(w) x 9.54(h) x 1.24(d)

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Elmore Leonard
What I like best about a David Martin suspense novel -- and it will grab you, I guarantee it -- is that the man knows how to write.
James Ellroy
David Martin is a heartbreakingly adept chronicler of human passions.

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