|Sex and Murder.com (2001) [Novel]|
by Mark Richard Zubro
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Series: Paul Turner
Craig Lenzati was one of the richest and most powerful men in Chicago - as the CEO and cofounder of Chicago's answer to Microsoft, he wielded enormous economic and political power. Lenzati was also found brutally murdered - with dozens, if not hundreds, of stab wounds - in the midst of the mansion in which he lived alone. With the murder reported anonymously, the security-camera videos missing, and City Hall pressuring for a quick and quiet resolution to the murder, Detectives Paul Turner and Buck Fenwick are well aware that they are facing one of the most difficult cases of their careers. In addition, Chicago is next in line for a visit from a traveling serial killer - one who specializes in cops - and it seems that Fenwick is on his list. As they investigate further into Lenzati's murder, it soon becomes clear that he was deeply embroiled in a sordid game that may have led to his death. If so, then Turner and Fenwick don't have much time to unravel the mysteries behind the game Lenzati was playing before the killer strikes again. And that doesn't leave them much time to find out who is stalking Fenwick, much less keep him alive.
Original title: Sex and Murder.com
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ Police Procedural
Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian→ Gay Male