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Two Bare Arms

Dead Cold Mysteries, Book 2
Narrated by: Steve Carlson
Series: Dead Cold Mystery, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 29 mins
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Summary

It was November in New York. It was raining, it was cold, and the trees all looked like skeleton’s hands. And Detective John Stone was having a problem with habeas corpus, because all there was of the body was two bare arms. Two bare arms that somebody, 12 years ago, had put in a lock up in the East Bronx. What they had done with the rest of the woman, nobody knew. But as Stone and Dehan start to investigate, two things become clear: whoever killed the woman wanted her arms to be found, as a boast, as a challenge. And that meant they were dealing with a psychopath - a serial killer.

But who - the biker with a taste for beating up women? Or his best pal, the Satanist and devotee of Crowley? Or perhaps the neurotic IT freak who spent his leisure hours surfing the net for porn? Or maybe somebody else? One thing Stone understands clearly, whoever it is, is a master of misdirection....

©2018 David Archer (P)2018 David Archer

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Twists and turns

Full of twists and turns. keeps you on the edge of the seat. Very well written.

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  • 08-10-19

Cold Case Made Hot

A little slow getting going but it moved rapidly thereafter and added suspense and mystery to the story. This is my first Banner book but it won't be my last. I could not believe how suspenseful the author made the book so interesting that I could not wait for the next chapter to see how the next page would continue the suspense.