The Bright Silver Star: A Berger and Mitry Mystery

The Bright Silver Star: A Berger and Mitry Mystery

by David Handler

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Overview

From the Edgar-Award winning author David Handler comes The Bright Silver Star, the third installment in the Berger and Mitry Mysteries

Mitch Berger has been accepted at least on the surface by some of the posh families in the small enclave to which he's moved - even his open affair with the beautiful black policewoman is looked upon peaceably. But when a member of the small group of men who gather for early-morning walks is found dead, the subsequent investigation, involving both Mitch and Desiree, opens a very large container of personal evil that has no place in any society.

"With its vivid setting, quirky and unusual characters, and fast-paced plot skillfully interwoven with movie trivia, this cozy with attitude is sure to satisfy Handler's many committed fans and attract new ones." - Publishers Weekly

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781429974813
Publisher: St. Martin's Publishing Group
Publication date: 04/01/2007
Series: Berger and Mitry Series , #3
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 458,274
File size: 286 KB

About the Author

In addition to the Berger and Mitry series, David Handler is the author of the Stewart Hoag series which includes the Edgar-Award winning novel The Man Who Would be F. Scott Fitzgerald. He has also written extensively for television and films and co-authored the international best-selling thriller Gideon under the pseudonym Russell Andrews. He lives in Old Lyme, CT.
David Handler's first book in the Berger and Mitry series, The Cold Blue Blood, was a Dilys Award finalist and BookSense Top Ten pick. David is also the author of several novels about the witty and dapper celebrity ghostwriter Stewart Hoag and his faithful, neurotic basset hound, Lulu, including Edgar and American Mystery Award winner The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald. David lives in a two-hundred-year-old carriage house in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

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