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Received in the mail

15 Sep

The Postcard Killers

by James Patterson , Liza Marklund
Narrated by Katherine Kellgren , Erik Singer , Reg Rogers

Publisher’s Summary
Paris is stunning in the summer.

NYPD detective Jacob Kanon is on a tour of Europe’s most gorgeous cities. But the sights aren’t what draw him – he sees each museum, each cathedral, and each cafe through the eyes of his daughter’s killer.

The killing is simply marvelous.

Kanon’s daughter, Kimmy, and her boyfriend were murdered while on vacation in Rome. Since then, young couples in Paris, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, and Stockholm have been found dead. Little connects the murders other than a postcard to the local newspaper that precedes each new victim.

Wish you were here.

Now Kanon teams up with the Swedish reporter Dessie Larsson, who has just received a postcard in Stockholm – and they think they know where the next victims will be. With relentless logic and unstoppable action, The Postcard Killers may be James Patterson’s most vivid and compelling thriller yet.

Sounds like it could be fun and yes the mailman still hates me. You would think that he would go easy on me considering that I haven’t received a lot of packages lately. Although, I guess that you could argue that an opened package is easier to get into.

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2 Comments

Posted by on September 15, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “Received in the mail

  1. DaleTheDoll

    September 16, 2010 at 9:25 am

    Killing humans, not a bad idea… har har har

     
    • Barry

      September 16, 2010 at 9:44 am

      Watch out Dale ! Autumn might replace you.

       

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