This is the first novel in the series, our introduction to J. P. Beaumont and his school of acquaintances at the Seattle Police Department.
The little girl was found murdered, her pink nightgown twisted around her throat. She was only five! The woman who came to the funeral to throw a red rose on the cossin was very much alive, beautiful, irresistable. Between those two, lurking in the dark corners of the case, was not just a demented mind obsessed with murder, but secrets so deadly, so close to Beaumont's own life, that even a street-tough cop might die from a misguess.
Originally published by Avon in 1985. This is first Harper printing, 2010. A clean, smooth copy. Only real visible wear is the spine, which is multiply creased. One small dogear, lower right of front cover. Pages are white. Binding is flexible but intact, very slightly canted.
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