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Websters paperbacks take advantage of the fact that classics are frequently assigned readings in English courses. By using a running English-to-French thesaurus at the bottom of each page, this edition of Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago by Canniff Haight was edited for three audiences. The first includes French-speaking students enrolled in an…
The Screaming Room
John Driscoll has laid the ghosts of his past to rest. He's ready to start over – both personally and as a New York City homicide detective. But it seems that a serial killer has other plans for Driscoll.
The victims' bodies are found, brutally mutilated and carefully arranged. Someone has displayed the corpses for the world to see: on a Ferris wheel; in a dinosaur diorama; on a bridge – grotesque visions to all except for the depraved killer, who considers them masterpieces. These blood rituals spell out a message to Driscoll. And they are just the beginning. . .
Driscoll's investigation will lead him down the darkest of journeys, toward an evil beyond his worst nightmares. In a hellish landscape conceived by the all-too-clever mind of a twisted schemer, Driscoll must play a killer's deadly game. It's up to him to save his city – or die trying.
Praise for Thomas O'Callaghan and Bone Thief
"Just the thing for an autumn evening, a measure of single-malt scotch, and, from deep in the surrounding woods, the howls of faraway madmen." – Peter Straub
"A relentless and harrowing ride. . .O'Callaghan peels back the layers of the human soul with informed surety." – Gayle Lynds
"From its chilling opening to its slam-bang conclusion, Bone Thief delivers the goods."
– P.J. Parrish
"Sweeps the reader along in its breathless, tumbling course."
– Peter Straub
"Sharp as a scalpel."
– Gayle Lynds
– P.J. Parrish
"This one should be read in the light of day."
– Alafair Burke