Urge To Kill (Frank Quinn #4)
Frank is a retired cop who (with his small team - Pearl and Feds) occasionally is called back to work with the NYPD on their more mystifying cases. This time the team is searching for a serial killer, who is using a 25 caliber gun to make his kills. But, the team is finding it dif ...more
For A Killer, Once Is Never Enough
Homicide detective Frank Quinn can't stay retired when a new breed of murdering madman is on the prowl. In a city terrorized by bloody brutality, Quinn and his team hunt a psychopath who lures beautiful women into a night of unbridled passion, then wakes them to a vicious, drawn-out death. Stumbling over a trail of horribly defiled bodies, Quinn can't seem to catch up to the killer--because the killer is about to catch up to *him. . . *
"Lutz is in rare form."--...more
But first to get this out of the way: If you happen to glance at my status updates--ignore my twitchiness about field dressing deer. It's a book of fiction, and if I can ignore unrealistic stuff everywhere else, I should be able to overlook the deer stuff, too. But I sti ...more
The main characters are three retired NYC detectives called back as a special squad to work outside normal channels to investigate a serial killer who shoots his victims at close range with no apparent motive. Another series of killings has be ...more
A savage murderer preys on young women, first romancing, then butchering them. That same summer, someone begins targeting men, gunning them down with .25 caliber weapons. Could these two seemingly different rampages be the work of a single serial killer? Veteran homicide team Frank Quinn, Pearl Kasner, and Larry Fedderman slowly but doggedly pick up a clue here, a thread there, but no clear picture emerges until, gradually, Quinn realizes that the killer that he is hunting is now hunting him.
for some reasons I went to the 4 installment straight after first book so now I gotta backtrack to second one which I'll start gladly today. looking forward to it, it was a very enjoyable read.
I would love to give this 5 stars but the way he keeps calling people "dear" all the time really started to grate on me, so just 4 this time.