The Man Who Cast Two Shadows Hardcover – 1 Jun 1995
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From the Back Cover
'Mallory's progress is enthralling...beautifully observed in fine, controlled prose'
Fifteen years after Inspector Louis Markowitz adopted the wild child, no one in New York's Special Crimes section knew much about Kathy Mallory's origins. They only knew that the young cop with the soul of a thief could bewitch the most complex computer systems, could slip into the minds of killers with disturbing ease.
In Central Park, a woman dies, while a witness watches, believing the brutal murder to be a prelude to a kiss. Mallory goes hunting the killer, armed with under the skin knowledge of the man's mind and the bare clue of a lie.
Mallory holds on the one truth: everybody lies, and some lies can get you killed. And she knows that, to trap the killer, she must put her own life at risk, for this killer has taken a personal interest in her...
'Carol O'Connell is a gifted writer with a style as quick and arresting as Kathy Mallory herself' RICHARD NORTH PATTERSON
Also available in Arrow: MALLORY'S ORACLE
'Something close to a masterwork' THE TIMES --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Carol O'Connell is the author of eight previous Mallory novels, including the national bestseller "Winter House," and of "Judas Child." --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
There were some interesting twists to this story; Justin, the part of her past that is revealed to Charles and what he would do for Mallorys' sake. Mallory has a heart of stone but I hope it thaws a little where Charles is concerned.
This book has a touch of humor along with the murder and mayhem. I hope they keep on coming!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second Mallory book and if I thought she was a cold hearted witch in her first book, I lack words to describe her in this one. Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2003 by Neal Reynolds
Oh, how I love Kathleen Mallory. I may not like her much, and she certainly has her own set of ethics, but I love her nonetheless. Read morePublished on 9 Jun. 1999