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A cynical New York City detective is assigned to track down the murderer of two male prostitutes, and his subsequent investigation leads to a romance with a punk rock star and a possible connection to terrorism, racketeering, and Third World politics
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Set in contemporary NYC, this dark whodunnit was the first in the series of Detective Yablonsky mysteries. When two brutal murders appear to be sex- and drug-related crimes, Yablonsky doesn't buy it. The victims were male strippers who turn out to be connected in strange ways to many rich and influential men and women in the city, most notably high level diplomats from Latin America. Yablonsky's precinct covers the U.N., and he's had more than enough experience to know that diplomatic immunity extends all the way from parking violations to murder.
Yablonsky is savvy, lonely, and has a taste for gourmet meals. He works the murkier streets of New York with a genius belied by his easygoing manner. In The Bone Orchard, he faces the wretched truth that there are some vile criminals who are untouchable. Even though he can't get them behind bars, he can hurt them all the same. But, is the price of such justice too high?
JOSEPH TRIGOBOFF is also the author of The Shooting Gallery (page TK), the second in the Detective Yablonsky series. Raised in East New York, he makes his home with his family in New York City.
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Book Description Walker & Co, 1990. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0802757588
Book Description Walker & Co, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0802757588
Book Description Walker & Co, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110802757588