|On Edge (2002) [Novel]|
by Barbara Fister
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(From the publisher):
Konstantin Slovo knows what it's like to live on the edge, of tragedy, of sanity, of humanity. A Chicago cop, Slovo's own life had come violently apart with the shooting death of his partner. Here on the picture-perfect Maine coast, he thought he could outrun his past. But amid the crying of gulls, he has found something even worse.
Twenty years ago in Brimsport, Maine, police investigated a ring of sexual predators, and left behind a town seething in secrets and rage. Now children are disappearing from Brimsport, in ways that buckle the knees of hardened investigators, and plunge the town back into a nightmare. Now Slovo, a man who's already seen too much, must peer into the darkness of a town torn apart by fear, to glimpse the secrets in the shadows, the glitter in a killer's eyes.
Original title: On Edge
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense
Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Crime/Caper