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Lieutenant Jacqueline “Jack” Daniels is having a rough time of it lately. Beyond the fact that it is a nasty October day in Chicago as the novel opens, the crime scene at a local 7-11 is a mess. They have a body of a white female, blonde, in her twenties with deep stab wounds and strangulation marks. She was found face down in the trash receptacle with a note stapled to her chest that taunts the Police and identifies the killer as “the Gingerbread Man.” ...
The novel starts with police cars skidding into the parking lot of a 7-11 store and Konrath telling us: “they weren't there for Slurpees.” No, they were there because a horribly mutilated body had been discovered in the trash. And that's when an attractive, intelligent, and tenacious homicide cop named Jack Daniels starts the hunt for a psycho who calls himself The Gingerbread Man. The Gingerbread Man is such a vicious and evil serial killer, he'd make H...
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