This is another fine Alex Delaware story. Of course, his best friend Lt. Milo Sturgis plays a big part in the story too.
Gavin Quick and his date are found murdered at a vacant (as in for sale) house near Mulholland Drive. Both have been shot in the forehead, but a metal spike had impaled the young woman before she was shot (ouch!). Gavin is identified immediately, but the young gal remains a mystery.
Leads take Alex and Milo to a psychologist who had treated Gavin as well as a female patient who had been murdered (stabbed and shot). Is there a connection? Then the psychologist is murdered (letter opener in the chest and shot). Now its: Whats the connection? They stumble on the mystery womans identity, and uncover what Gavin had stumbled on before his death. Alex dispenses a lot of therapy in this one.
Of course, I dont want to go into all the details or spoil the story for you. Just know that Mr. K. does a good job of tying up all the loose ends. Another good read!
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