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Cut Paste Kill by Marshall Karp

Cut Paste Kill

Description : When Eleanor Bellingham-Crump---a socialite responsible for the death of a ten-year-old boy---turns up murdered on the floor of a Hollywood hotel bathroom, Lomax and Biggs are confronted with a crime of artistic brutality. Along with the scissors sticking out of Eleanor's lifeless body, the two detectives find a meticulous scrapbook documenting a motive for vengeance in lurid detail. As more bodies are discovered, each one connected by the intricate scrapbooks left at the murder scenes, Mike and Terry are on the hunt for a vigilante stalking unpunished criminals. They must race to decode the meaning behind the scrapbooks before the crafty avenger has time to cut and paste the story for another kill. With laugh-out-loud humor and crackling dialogue, the chapters hurtle toward a killer finale in the most thrilling Lomax & Biggs adventure yet.

Subtitle : A Lomax & Biggs Mystery

Authors : Marshall Karp

Published Date : 2010-06-08

Publisher : Macmillan

ISBN : 142992859X

Page : 304 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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Filesize: 9 MB

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