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Moon Music

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music (USA 2015)

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With Moon Music, New York Times bestseller Faye Kellerman leaves Los Angeles and heads to stranger territories: "Sin City" Las Vegas, Nevada. Taking a brief hiatus from her mystery series featuring LAPD Homicide Detective Peter Decker and his Orthodox Jewish wife, Rina Lazarus, Kellerman delivers a masterful stand-alone crime novel that crackles with suspense and tantalizes with a touch of the paranormal. The horribly savaged body of a once-beautiful Vegas showgirl is discovered in the desert not far from the world-famous Strip, plunging Detective Sergeant Romulus Poe into the heart of a bizarre, full moon-soaked mystery that could cost him everything he holds dear in life, including his sanity.

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music. Harper, ISBN: 9780062087898 (September, 2015), 608 p., $9.99.

 

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Moon Music

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music (USA 2012)

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In the bleak wasteland of the Nevada desert, not far from the sparkling, twenty-four-hour neon of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, the body of a once-beautiful showgirl is discovered, horribly mauled and mutilated. It is a horrendous crime, shocking in its brutality, excessive even for a city celebrated for its excess.

Seasoned police veteran and Vegas native Detective Sergeant Romulus Poe has seen his fair share of depravity in this mecca of glitz and vice. But there is something about this unfortunate young woman's death -- and a similar murder that is to follow soon after -- that harkens back to an unsolved slaying and so-called suicide a quarter century ago. The grim similarities -- along with some frightening new possibilities -- are leading Poe into a night world of dark shadows best left unilluminated and pulling the inquisitive policeman toward secrets from a strange and sordid past that could destroy those closest to him, and drag him over the edge.

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music. William Morrow Paperbacks, ISBN: 9780062135827 (June, 2012), 512 p., $12.99.

 

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Moon Music

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music (USA 1999)

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In the bleak wasteland of the Nevada desert, not far from the sparkling, 24-hour neon of the world famous Las Vegas Strip, the body of a once-beautiiful showgirl is discovered, horribly mauled and mutilated. It is a horrendous crime, shocking in its brutality, excessive even for a city celebrated for its excess. Seasoned police veteran and Vegas native Detective Sergeant Romulus Poe has seen his fair share of depravity in this mecca of glitz and vice. But there is something about this unfortunate young woman's death--and in a similar murder that is to follow soon after--that harkens back to an unsolved slaying and so-called suicide a quarter-century ago. The grim similarities--along with some frightening new possibilities--are leading Poe into a night world of dark shadows best left unilluminated... and pulling the inquisitive policeman toward secrets from a strange and sordid past that could destroy those closest to him, and drag him over the edge.

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music. Avon Books (July, 1999), ISBN: 0380726262, 505 p., $7.99.

 

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Moon Music

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music (UK 1999)

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Las Vegas. The Gomorrah of twentieth-century America. A city on the edge of a desert, its inhabitants living on the edge of their nerves. Amongst them is Detective Sergeant Romulus Poe, assigned to the murder of a showgirl whose mauled body, Poe realises, has echoes of a twenty-five-year-old unsolved case. But when Poe discovers his colleague, Steve Jensen, had a relationship with the murdered woman, the anxieties of the presnt soon overshadow the half-forgotten past...

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music. Headline (January, 1999), ISBN: 0747252327, 404 p., £5.99.

 

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Faye Kellerman: Moon Music (USA 1998)

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Just outside of the city's neon Strip, in the bleak wastelands of Nevada's desert, Las Vegas Metro police discover the mauled corpse of a young and beautiful showgirl. Even in a city known for its excesses -- from Arab sheiks to casino billionaires -- this crime is particularly shocking because of the animalistic destruction of the body. Called to the crime scene is Detective Sergeant Romulus Poe -- a thirty-five-year-old Vegas native and a seasoned, fifteen-year police veteran. A loner with a love of justice, Poe immerses himself in the horrific case.

The corpse is badly mutilated. Certain organs are gone and the exposure to the harsh desert elements has made forensics very difficult. Poe is particularly struck by its dreaded similarities to a horrendous slaying done by an anonymous monster dubbed "the Bogeyman." Immediately, Poe forms an investigatory team consisting of the handsome detective Stephen Jensen, his colleague but no friend, Detective Patricia Deluca, a homicide newcomer, and forensic pathologist Rukmani Kalil, who is also Poe's part-time, unorthodox girlfriend.

From the start, the team is mired in a web of intrigue. And the urgency of resolution becomes frenzied when another young nighttime desert dump is found a month later.

From Native American mysticism and medieval folk legends to untold twentieth century scientific secrets, Poe must sift through Vegas's sordid past and dark underbelly to solve a series of gruesome murders -- and to save a beautiful woman he had once loved -- before all of them are caught in a deadly dance of Moon Music.

Faye Kellerman: Moon Music. William Morrow (August, 1998), ISBN: 0688143695, 424 p., $24.90 (?).

 

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