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It’s no surprise to Dulac then, when a twelve-year-old boy turns up missing. Child abduction grips the city, along with Dulac’s obsessive sense of justice. ...
It’s no surprise to Dulac then, when a twelve-year-old boy turns up missing. Child abduction grips the city, along with Dulac’s obsessive sense of justice. Now, as the clock winds down on a horrifying reality, Dulac must use his wits, his resolve and his deepest life experiences to recover the boy alive.
In the spirit of Truman Capote’s, In Cold Blood, Weesner takes the reader deep into the conflicting desires and motivations of a broken family, a sexually confused perpetrator, and an immensely complex investigating detective, to create a lightning-fast literary thriller that is both powerful and heartbreakingly realistic.
Weesner’s, unflinching insight and master storytelling combine to create a rare breed of novel: An absolute page-turner that rises to the level of great American literature.
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The editorial review (above) talks about a town in Illinois. That is why I bought it. I live in Illinois. Wrong review. I haven't finished THE TRUE DETECTIVE, not sure if I will considering the review about it being depressing.
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