Peretz' first novel, The Mosel Legacy was called "a page-turner that goes straight to the heart and the conscience." His second, again features Ross Cortese, NYPD. The discovery of skeletal remains behind the wheel of a Mercedes sedan, at the muddy bottom of a remote, ice-covered Berkshire pond, leads Sally McDevitt, (Chief of Detectives, State Police), to join Ross in working this colder than cold case. Are there sinister, murderous forces behind an attempted hostile takeover of the Broderick Corporation, or is Edward Cadmus, CEO, deluded? The story takes us from boardrooms to bedrooms, psychiatric offices to Athens and Zurich, as the detectives seek to unravel the Broderick Curse.
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About the Author
David Peretz is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, writer and editor. His first novel, The Mosel Legacy (available in re-edition on Amazon) was inspired by events in Europe in the 1990's (stirrings of neo-Nazism), which suggested that history could, indeed, repeat itself. He is on the faculty of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in the Department of Psychiatry and Psychoanalytic Center. Before turning to the suspense genre, he co-edited a number of books in the field of loss and grief, death and dying. He and his wife, Eileen, an award-winning interior designer, live in New York and spend part of the year in Paris. They are the proud, happy parents and grandparents of Deborah, Ray, Hillary and Isaac--and Adam, heather, Noah and Zachary.