Pure Death

Pure Death

by Liah Penn

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Overview

An Impure world, a perfect murder...

A murdered society debutante, her body sprinkled with 89 Costa Rican butterflies. A headless, gutted corpse washed up on shore with a beautiful, dead teenager. The case is anything but straightforward, and in an uncertain future, where resources are limited and the genetically defective are banished to a ghetto territory for Impures, Chief Detective Ina Stone and her partner, rookie detective Sam Fujimoto, must cross into Pure Territory to find a killer. An Impure herself, Ina must overcome her defect. And when her life is threatened, she must learn to rely on Sam, whose interest in her seems more than just professional.

Yet the Pures may have created a world in which even they don't want to live anymore. Resources have become too scarce to hide, and a black market for medicine comes to light. When a third murder is discovered, Ina and Sam know there's a connection. With too many suspects and not enough time, they must find that connection before the killer strikes again.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947135109
Publisher: Etopia Press
Publication date: 05/30/2017
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

An attorney and former prosecutor, Liah Penn resides just outside of New Orleans with her husband and two sons.

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Pure Death 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Fabulous book. The characters are very interesting. The book conveys images as if you were watching a movie. I am glad I made the purchase. I am totally enjoying the book.
djsl More than 1 year ago
Pure Death is a page turner! It combines unique characters in a futuristic setting with an action packed police mystery and nice romance. The ending left me looking forward to the next adventure of Ina and Sam. Well done!
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