NYPD Detective Sergeant Dennis McQueen has his hands full with a very bizarre case. A series of dead bodies have been found, all frozen -- killed by various methods, but disposed of in the same manner. Just a coincidence, or is there a serial killer at work?
Things heat up when McQueen is sent to investigate a body found in the rubble of a fire and meets FDNY Fire Marshal Mason Willis. Willis is investigating it as an arson, but the medical examiner's report makes it obvious that this is a case for McQueen. McQueen and Willis have no choice but to work together. Will even the combined efforts of the NYPD and the FDNY be able to stop the killer... or killers?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Solid detective story. Light on characterization. They feel like real people, but not people you ever get to know very well. In the vein of Law & Order, you don't really get much of their personal lives. The plot/ crimes are well thought out if a bit coincidental. I like that the story stays with the detectives for the most part with only short perspectives from the "killer/s" There are some typos if that sort of thing bothers you, I don't much care. If there is a third McQueen, I'd read it.