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The Feline Friendship (Jack Caleb & John Thinnes #4)

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"Thinnes specialized in homicide. He hated working rapes. Rape was more like a drive-by shooting than anything else because it was often a matter of the victim being in the wrong place at the wrong time. But drive-bys usually happened in the killer’s neighborhood and were perpetrated against known enemies or at least innocent neighbors. . . . With rape it was different. R
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Hardcover, 304 pages
Published May 5th 2003 by Minotaur Books
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THE FELINE FRIENDSHIP – Ex
Dymmoch, Michael Allen – 4th in series
This may make my Top Ten of 2003. Detective John Thinnes, with his new female partner, investigate a series of brutal rapes, while his friend, Dr. Jack Calab, who is a psychiatrist is treating a woman who had been raped 15 years previous and still suffering from it.

This is an excellent series. The characters are well drawn, it’s refreshing to have John Thinnes be a happily married detective who is neither an alcoholic nor a smoker,
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I picked up this book without knowing it was the 4th book in the series, but I didn't have any troubles getting into the case or the characters. It's not the grittiest crime novel I've read, but among the well-written ones with a realistic tone and a round-about of complex, convincing AND likable detectives. Dymmoch has the ability to create female characters as successfully as their counter part. I also like the fact that there is a gay consultant whose contribution is quite valuable to the inv ...more
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Michael Dymmoch was born in Illinois and grew up in a suburb northwest of Kentucky. As a child she she kept a large number of small vertebrates for pets and aspired to become a snake charmer, Indian chief or veterinarian. She was precluded from realizing the former ambitions by a lack of charm and Indian ancestry and from the achieving the latter by poor grades in calculus and physics. This made h ...more
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