Color Blind by Jonathan Santlofer

By Jonathan Santlofer

Kate McKinnon is again -- and this time it really is own. whilst hideously eviscerated our bodies are chanced on and the single hyperlink among them is a weird and wonderful portray left at every one crime scene, the NYPD turns to former cop Kate McKinnon, the girl who introduced the serial killer the demise Artist to justice. Having settled again into her pleasing lifestyles as artwork historian, released writer, host of a weekly PBS tv sequence, and spouse of 1 of recent York's most sensible legal professionals, Kate wishes no a part of it. yet Kate's experience of tranquillity is shattered whilst this new series of murders moves too with reference to domestic. With grief and fury to gas her, she rejoins her former companion, detective Floyd Brown, and his elite murder squad at the hunt for a vicious psychopath often called the Color-Blind Killer. In her rage and desperation, Kate permits herself to be drawn right into a lethal video game of cat and mouse. She abandons her glamorous lifestyles for the gritty streets of big apple, immersing herself in a global the place brutality and insanity seem to be the norm, the place these closest to her can have betrayed her -- and the place, in spite of everything, not anything is what it kind of feels.

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20 ■ JONATHAN SANTLOFER McKinnon was good police. Despite the fact that she’d been out of the scene for years, her instincts were intact and she never pulled rank or any other kind of shit. Truth: it had been Kate who brought down that fucking psycho, the Death Artist, though she’d given him the credit—which was the reason he became Chief of Special Homicide, replacing that pain-in-the-ass crew-cut Randy Mead, who was now sitting at some desk job in the police library probably sucking his teeth and growing an ulcer.

What the hell was she doing here, now, when she’d finally gotten her life back on track after a year of nightmares and mourning? She wanted to return to her TV series, or Let There Be a Future, to review applicants for the coming term, figure out how and where she was going to get the funds to support a new group of kids. The kind of problems she liked. ” Kate stood, smoothed her slacks, tried to adjust her mind to the task. It was simple enough. Take a look at a couple of paintings. That much she could handle.

You’re a take-action, kick-ass dame. ” Kate took a moment to imagine it, the idea of not only picking up police work again, but actually having the ability to detach enough to pursue her husband’s killer.

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