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Edgar Award Finalist: A Florida crime reporter juggles multiple mysteries in a novel that “pulses with excitement, grit and vérité” (Faye Kellerman, New York Times–bestselling author).
On the police beat for her Miami newspaper, Cuban-born Britt Montero has a lot on her hands. She’s investigating a series of bizarre deaths involving sex, electrocution, and freshly poured concrete. As if that isn’t enough, there’s the long-unsolved murder of a young girl that may implicate the frontrunner in the governor’s race. And at the same time, she’s on the trail of a serial rapist—who targets her in retaliation for her stories . . .
In this novel, the author of The Corpse Had a Familiar Face offers “crime fiction that matches the high level of her Pulitzer prize–winning crime reporting” (Publishers Weekly).
“Buchanan is very good at capturing the flavor of South Florida and Miami, and her experience as a crime reporter makes her characters convincing.” —Library Journal