A Killer In The Wind by Andrew Klavan

A Killer In The Wind by Andrew Klavan
English | 2016 | Mystery & Thriller | ePUB | 484 KB

Dan Champion is a disgraced NYPD vice cop whose successful handling of an evil child sex trade operation was compromised by his pumping five bullets into a prime suspect while on powerful hallucinogens.
Now working as a small-town detective, he is revisited by the case via ghosts, including that of a beguiling mystery woman who warns him to run for his life. At least Champion thinks they’re ghosts. What starts out as a supernatural mystery turns into a chilling noir rooted in heightened realism when, spurred by his long-suffering girlfriend, Champion investigates repressed traumas in his own past. He was an orphan “adopted” along with other 6-year-olds by the infamous Fat Woman and headed for a terrible end. So powerful is Z, the drug he takes to recover mental images crucial to his investigation, that he spends a stretch of time not knowing whether what he’s seeing is real or imagined. Does there really exist this enormous blob of womanhood without a face?

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