“Terrific . . . that rare book that entertains, enthralls, and also teaches. [No Cure for Love] has something to say about right now.”—MICHAEL CONNELLY, #1 New York Times bestselling author
Sarah Broughton has come a long way. She’s the star of a hit cop show on TV. She lives in a beautiful California beach house. And—most important—she’s put her dark past behind her. . . as well as her old name, Sally Bolton. No need for anyone to know about that.
When Sarah begins receiving letters mysteriously signed with the letter “M,” she thinks they’re from a harmless admirer. . . until her real name appears in the third letter. And then she finds that name inscribed in the sand near her home—next to a body.
The message is clear: Someone is watching Sarah’s every move. Someone so obsessed with her that he won’t stop at just one murder in order to prove his love.
Panicked, Sarah turns to Detective Arvo Hughes of the LAPD, a man who specializes in hunting down the most dangerous stalkers. But nothing in Hughes’s experience has prepared him for the mastermind he’s up against. For the killer, there’s no cure for love. And for Sarah and Hughes, there’s no way out.
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About the Author
One of the world’s most popular and acclaimed writers, Peter Robinson is the bestselling, award-winning author of the Inspector Banks series; he has also written two short-story collections and three standalone novels, which combined have sold more than ten million copies around the world. Among his many honors and prizes are the Edgar Award, the CWA (UK) Dagger in the Library Award, and Sweden’s Martin Beck Award. He divides his time between Toronto and England.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm a huge fan of Peter Robinson's Alan Banks novels, having read and loved them all, so it's hard to believe this was written by him. It's not the writing, it's the plotting that's so awkward. Nothing in the plot grows organically -- just a series of devices and incomprehensible actions by the characters that operate only to get to the next device or incomprehensible decision. There's a reason it wasn't published in the USA for 30 years, and its publication at this late date is unfathomable. An excruciating read.
Well written but very grisly crimes. Absorbing story. A sequel would actually be great.