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Author Mahoney, Dan.

Title Black and white : a novel [Hoopla electronic resource] / Dan Mahoney.

Publication Info. [United States] : St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2013.
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Series Det. Brian McKenna Novels ; [bk. 5]
Mahoney, Dan. Det. Brian McKenna Novels ; bk. 5.
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Summary In a secluded New York City park, a double homicide draws two detectives named McKenna. One is a legend; the other is a brilliant young investigator. Together, they are entering a case that will grow more bizarre and more horrifying with each new piece of shocking evidence... One of the victims was tied to a tree and slowly tortured to death. Veteran detective Tommy McKenna realizes that he has seen this killer's work before- eighteen years earlier... Tommy will get a second crack at his killer. Brian McKenna gets to work with a legend. And, both men are setting in motion an investigation that will take them to California, Arizona, a Costa Rican mountaintop, and all the way to the Fare East. The two McKennas are on the trail of two human monsters who have been killing for two decades-and murder isn't even the worst of their crimes...
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject McKenna, Brian (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Police -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
Electronic books.
New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.
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ISBN 9781466852730 (electronic bk.)
1466852739 (electronic bk.)
Music No. MWT14972322
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