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15th affair

15th affair

Patterson, James, 1947- author; Paetro, Maxine, author

Detective Lindsay Boxer is called to a crime scene at the Four Seasons Hotel. There is a dead man in one of the rooms, shot at close range. The man checked in under a false name with no ID on him, so the first puzzle will be finding out who he is. In the room next door are a dead young man and woman, also shot. They are surrounded by high-tech surveillance equipment. Could they have been spying on the man now dead in the room next to them? And in the utilities cupboard down the hall is the dead body of a house maid. The murders are all clearly linked and professionally executed. But what is the motive behind it all? Lindsay will need to risk everything she has to find out

Large print, Book. English. Detective and mystery stories. Large type books. Crime.
Published Leicester: Charnwood, 2017
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Statement of responsibility: James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
ISBN: 1444832522, 9781444832525
Note: Standard print edition originally published: London: Century, 2016.
Physical Description: 344 pages (large print) ; 24 cm
Subject: Boxer, Lindsay (Fictitious character) Fiction.; Policewomen California San Francisco Fiction.; Women's Murder Club (Imaginary organization) Fiction.
Alternative Title: Fifteenth affair

Description

Four bodies are found in a luxury hotel. The first is a man who checked in under a false name. Two are in a room next door full of surveillance equipment. And the fourth is the house maid, who saw too much. Detective Lindsay Boxer is sent in to investigate and hunt down an elusive and dangerous suspect. But when her husband Joe goes missing, she begins to fear that the suspect she is searching for could be him. As the case gets ever more complicated and personal, San Francisco is suddenly faced with an atrocity no one will ever forget. Sometimes secrets can be deadly...