The scene is set, a brutal murder that bares a chilling resemblance to a murder committed almost fifteen years ago. Genoa Greeves is a successful computer entrepreneur who after reading the daily post discovers the brutal scene of Primo Ekerling. Late last night, three shots were fired execution style into the head of the famous music producer and he was left in the trunk of his car. This takes Ms. Greeves on a flashback to the unsolved murder of her school teacher. But unlike last time Ms. Greeves has the wherewithal to make a realistic attempt at solving Ekerling's death and maybe that of her favorite teacher.
Well, when you're throwing around such money, results are a guarantee. Enter Lieutenant Decker. He forms a task force and begins by interrogating members of the police who were on the force for more than fifteen years. But just before this investigation was to be under way, a long standing police officer is murdered. What is going on here? Faye Kellerman does a good job creating this police chiller and all the characters are well developed which is typical for Ms. Kellerman's writings.
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