A killer is prowling New York City's Lexington Avenue subway line during rush hour, stalking young women with red hair, and injecting them with a syringe full of a lethal substance. The subway murder of three redheads within two days throws the city's red-haired women into panic. Amateur sleuth Liz Rooney dyes her naturally strawberry-blond hair brown and, as usual, sets out to help her fiance, NYPD Homicide Detective Ike Eichle, solve a baffling crime. Feeling safe without her red hair to give her away, she delves into the list of suspects but eventually finds herself face-to-face with the killer in a situation where her new hair color offers her no protection.
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About the Author
Dorothy P. O'Neill, a native of Staten Island, NY, now lives in Greensboro, NC. A former Staten Island newspaper columnist and advertising copywriter in Manhattan, she has had numerous poems and light verse published in Good Housekeeping, Ladies Home Journal, and other magazines under the name Dorothy P. Barlow. Since 1992, Dorothy has had five romance novels and seven mysteries published by Avalon.