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Evocative of the likes of Sue Grafton and Sara Paretsky, Skins introduces a new face on the crime-novel scene: Karen Levinson, a princess down to the tips of her bright red fingernails - and a rookie N.Y.P.D. homicide detective.

Model Jennifer O'Grady is found bludgeoned to death atop her collection of silver fox, coyote, raccoon and mink coats. A portion of her hair has b...more
Hardcover, 1st Edition, 215 pages
Published January 30th 1993 by Dutton Books
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Chicago native Catherine O'Connell is the author of three novels: Well Read and Dead, Well Bred and Dead, and Skins.

A graduate of the University of Colorado School of Journalism, she has worked in a number of roles in various fields, including hotel maid, bar manager, floor runner at the Chicago Board of Trade, sommelier, and sales executive in the fine wine business. Her varied experiences give h...more
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