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Random Access Murder (1988) [Novel]
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Series: Catherine Sayler
Part: 1

Summary :

Somewhere in San Francisco a kid of sixteen was mugging a woman old enough to be his grandmother, a junkie was waving a gun at the clerk in a tiny neighborhood grocery, and a rising young executive who hadn't risen fast enough was quietly making his company several hundred thousand dollars poorer. The mugger and the junkie would end up on the police blotter. The young executive would wind up across a desk from me because CEOs prefer not to admit to the stockholders that they've been taken by their employees.

Corporate sleuth Catherine Sayler deals with "a better class of criminal" until a brutal killer frames her lover Peter Harman for the murder of a Silicon Valley secretary. Determined to clear him, Sayler pursues a twisted trail of blackmail and industrial espionage, each step bringing her closer to a deadly confrontation with the killer.

Original title: Random Access Murder
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionCrime and MysteryDetective Story and DetectivesPrivate Detective

Edition #1: Random Access Murder

Random Access Murder (1988)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "Sayler, a black belt in akido, is no white-collar wimp." Entertainment Weekly
  • "Grant's Catherine Sayler is another of California's remarkable crop of women investigators." Los Angeles Times
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Random Access Murder (1988)


ISBN: 189076809X

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