Author: Robert Knightly
Publisher: Severn House/ORIM
I can't be certain, of course, that she was returned to a cold space in the hours between her death and the removal of her organs. But it does make sense.' Hyong's response directly addressed an anomaly I'd already considered.
“Clever plotting, unexpected twists, high-octane action” make the second Harry Corbin novel “a must-read” from the ex-cop and author of Bodies in Winter (Booklist). NYPD detective Harry Corbin hasn’t been allowed to work on a homicide case for almost a year after uncovering corruption among his colleagues and superiors. So when a young woman’s body is found dumped and mutilated on a sweltering New York morning, Corbin jumps at the chance to redeem his career and solve the case. But more than his reputation is on the line as the investigation tales him on a journey into the dark and secretive world of illegal immigrants, where human beings are exploited and life is cheap. The compelling second installment in the Harry Corbin series. “[The] second Harry Corbin novel moves with dark deliberation and feels authentic in every detail.” —Kirkus Reviews “Ex-cop turned defense lawyer Knightly knows his way around New York City crime.” —Publishers Weekly