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Eye Opener

Lewin, Michael Z

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ISBN 10: 1594142580 / ISBN 13: 9781594142581
Published by Five Star December 2004, 2004
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: Eye Opener

Publisher: Five Star December 2004

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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Albert Samson is ecstatic when he finally gets his private investigator's license back. Within days he has a couple of cases - one being the best-paying job he's ever had. He's working for lawyers defending a man accused of being the rapist and serial killer who has terrified Indianapolis women for years. It turns out that the job he was hired for is quite different from what it first appeared to be. Samson must keep all his wits about him to get to the bottom of each case, all the while looking out for his family and friends, each of whom may become the next target for a killer.

Michael Z. Lewin, nominated for the Edgar Award three times, resides in Bath, England.

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Indianapolis private investigator Albert Samson has his license back. Years of marking time and performing odd jobs at his mother's diner appear to be over. License in hand, he contacts all his old clients and lands the best-paying job he has ever had. His assignment is to verify an alibi for the most notorious serial killer in Indianapolis history. Why hire Albert? And why is Albert's onetime best pal, IPD superstar Jerry Miller, the suspect's arresting officer, avoiding Samson like the plague? Mix in Albert's matchmaking daughter, a new lover, and a missing ex-wife for a case that could star Woody Allen as Albert the mensch, Helen Hunt as his prescient daughter, and a half dozen from Tarantino's stable of character actors as the corrupt cops and the psycho killer. Samson appears irregularly, so savor this one. It's an emotional roller coaster-- bemused chuckles follow closely on the heels of horrified gasps--but it's not to be missed. Wes Lukowsky
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