NYPD sergeant Kathleen Mallory - computer genius, street fighter, provocative waif, peerless investigator, manipulative beauty - is the gorgeous, near-sociopathic heroine of this knife-edged suspense novel. Along with old pals, Ricker, Coffey, and faithful admirer Charles Butler, Mallory is determined to solve the brutal "art as death" murder of an untalented but highly touted artist-critic.Mallory believes the case is the work of the same killer who, 12 years earlier, hacked a young artist and a talented ballerina to pieces. Baffling and intricate, Mallory wades through art critics, bag ladies, madmen and mafioso alike in getting to the bottom of these crimes. Secrets, very deep and very dark, emerge and strike closer and closer to home. By the end, she will come to know the truth - but the truth may be the most dangerous illusion of all.More
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Narrator is the worst I've heard
2 Stars is generous
Let’s see how many unbelievable and uninteresting cardboard characters this series has: There is Mallory, a drop dead gorgeous, extremely intelligent computer genius, but, drum roll, please… emotionally damaged, her partner is her faithful guardian angel cleaning up all her messes, her want-to-be boyfriend is a gentle giant who is also a computer genius and of course, independently wealthy…boring. Plus a terribly gruesome murder, with a cast of ridiculous secondary characters, but who cares, the whole series is a waste of time.
- P. Chavez