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The Forgotten by Faye Kellerman BA in Dentistry  UCLA
The Forgotten by Faye Kellerman BA in Dentistry UCLA
When Rina Decker's Orthodox synagogue is obscenely and viciously vandalised, complete with Nazi graffiti and pictures of Holocaust victims, she calls in her husband, L.A. Police Lieutenant Pete Decker.

Decker investigates and unmasks the chief suspect, the son of wealthy parents, Ernesto Golding, at a local school, who strangely enough happens to be Jewish. Decker decides Ernesto is truly sorry and manages to keep his record clean. However the boy has to undergo counselling at the hands of a pair psychologists, Doctors Merv and Dee Baldwin.

Then Ernesto and the Baldwins are murdered and Decker remembers that Ernesto had told him that he suspected his grandfather wasn't… Read more
The Stargazey: A Richard Jury Mystery (Richard Jur&hellip by Martha Grimes
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Detective Inspector Richard Jury is off duty and riding one of London's double decker buses, eavesdropping on two American women behind him, when a beautiful blonde wearing a sable coat boards the bus, then leaves, then re-boards and gets off at Fulham Palace Road. He is so fascinated with her that he gets off too and follows her to the gates of Fulham Palace. Then he leaves when she goes inside.

The next morning, a woman in a sable coat with no identification is found dead in the palace's herb garden.

Jury volunteers the information about the woman on the bus, but when he looks at the body in the morgue and declares it's not the same person, no one at New Scotland… Read more
Gecko by Jack Priest
Gecko by Jack Priest
Jim Monday and his attorney David Askew are on their way to a meeting with Jim's wife, her lover and their lawyer, when a car zooms around a corner coming straight at them. A voice in Jim's head tells him to, "Jump back!." Jim does and is spared, David does not and is killed by the on rushing car, which does not stop. As it turns out, that lover of Jim's wife hired the driver to kill Jim. Jim figures it out, attacks said lover and winds up in jail on an assault charge.

Then there is that voice in his head. It turns out it belongs to an imprisoned young girl in New Zealand. In desperation she somehow cast her mind half a world away, settling in Jim Monday's head. Why him? Well… Read more