Death Angel (Alexandra Cooper, Book 15) by Linda Fairstein
By Linda Fairstein
Perennial New York instances bestselling crime novelist Linda Fairstein explores the rich—and little-known—history of latest York's City's critical Park in her most modern Alexandra Cooper novel, Death Angel.
When the physique of a tender girl is found in vital Park, the clock starts ticking for Assistant DA Alex Cooper and Detectives Mike Chapman and Mercer Wallace to discover the killer who has breached this haven in the course of manhattan urban. Is the physique present in the lake, less than the unseeing gaze of the Bethesda angel, the 1st sufferer of a deranged psychopath, or is the case hooked up to different lacking women and girls in years earlier whose continues to be have by no means been stumbled on? simply because the trio will get their first lead, the research is sort of derailed whilst Mike and Alex develop into embroiled in a scandal.
As Alex makes an attempt to struggle the accusations leveled opposed to her and Mike, she follows clues that variety from the park's such a lot buried — actually — secrets and techniques all of the method to the majestic Dakota, which has skilled its personal proportion of tragedies. while one other younger girl is attacked within the park, a brand new query arises: is that this huge, immense city park a sanctuary—as it sort of feels to the millions of recent Yorkers and travelers who fill it each day—or is it a searching flooring for a killer with a twisted mind?
Once back, Linda Fairstein will thrill either longtime enthusiasts and new readers with an explosive page-turner packed with a surprising realism that in simple terms she will bring.
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