The Skydive Murders

Author: J. A. Kaatz
Editor: Athena PressPub Company
ISBN: 9781931456654
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"Let's pretend you're my prisoner," said the redhead. "Now you're all tied up. I'm going to tape your mouth shut." To the naked girl on the bed, $300 was good money. Anyway, the redhead was beautiful, if a bit mysterious. Then the terrible, gut-wrenching words hit her. "Skydive Killer." Next came the big knife. Not long now... Las Vegas offers bright lights aplenty ---- and a darker side: dependency, showgirls, vice, cheap motels, broken dreams. And here we find detectives Lou Guardino and "Catcher" Decker at work. Join them in their desperate search through Vegas for a serial killer who sends lovely young women plunging into eternity. Discover that there's nothing so strange as human behavior, nothing so demanding as death.
The Skydive Murders
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: J. A. Kaatz
Categories: Fiction
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"Let's pretend you're my prisoner," said the redhead. "Now you're all tied up. I'm going to tape your mouth shut." To the naked girl on the bed, $300 was good money. Anyway, the redhead was beautiful, if a bit mysterious. Then the terrible, gut-wrenching words hit her. "Skydive Killer." Next
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Pages: 353
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Language: en
Pages: 252
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