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Accustomed to the Dark

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark (USA 2012)

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After an attack on his lover, Croft scours New Mexico for vengeance
Ever since a bullet smashed her spine, detective Joshua Croft has tried to entice Rita Mondragón away from her house. For years the response from his boss and unrequited love has been the same: "I'll go into town when I can walk there.” When she is finally strong enough to walk, their relationship blossoms into love. Rita and Croft are basking on the patio outside her mountain home when a helicopter swoops overhead. A single rifle shot erupts, and Rita is struck down again.

After hours in the operating room, the surgeons are able to remove the bullet from Rita's brain, leaving her comatose but stable. As she fights to wake up, Croft starts on the trail for the gunman. Avenging Rita will require him to look back into their past, to the beginnings of their relationship, and the birth of a love that is too young to die.

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark. A Joshua Croft Mystery. mysteriouspress.com, ISBN: 9781453251263 (April, 2012), 416 KB, ca. 248 p., $.9.99.

 

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Accustomed to the Dark

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark (USA 2004)

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Santa Fe private detectives Joshua Croft and Rita Mondragon have recently become much more than friends and business partners. When Rita is shot and wounded, perhaps mortally, by the same vicious psychopath who tried to kill her once before, Joshua sets out to find the man. His pursuit takes him from the mountains of New Mexico to a posh Denver suburb, from the bleak plains of Kansas to the sweltering depths of the Florida Everglades. Along the way, he meets a sleazy former prison inmate, an eighty-year-old computer expert, a brutal drug dealer, a somber homicide cop, and a hardened mercenary with a very peculiar hobby.

As Joshua races across the length of the United States toward a final confrontation with a savage killer, he also travels back through his own past, to the beginning of his relationship with the woman who now lies near death.

Often lyrical, frequently funny, always intelligent, Accustomed to the Dark is an unforgettable addition to what Robin Winks of The Boston Globe has described as "one of the best new series in years."

Walter Satterthwait resides in Santa Fe, loves to ride his motorcyle, and writes mysteries that have an international audience. In addition to the Joshua Croft series, he has written the historical mysteries Wilde West and Masquerade.

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark. A Joshua Croft Mystery. University of New Mexico Press, ISBN: 0826333486 (March, 2004), 255 p., $9.95.

 

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Accustomed to the Dark

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark (USA 1998)

From the Publisher:
Santa Fe private detectives Joshua Croft and Rita Mondragon have recently become much more than friends and business partners. When Rita is shot and wounded, perhaps mortally, by the same vicious psychopath who tried to kill her once before, Joshua sets out to find the man. His pursuit takes him from the mountains of New Mexico to a posh Denver suburb, from the bleak plains of Kansas to the sweltering depths of the Florida Everglades. Along the way, he meets a sleazy former prison inmate, an eighty-year-old computer expert, a brutal drug dealer, a somber homicide cop, and a hardened mercenary with a very peculiar hobby. As Joshua races across the length of the United States toward a final confrontation with a savage killer, he also travels back through his own past, to the beginning of his relationship with the woman who now lies near death.

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark. A Joshua Croft Mystery. Worldwide, ISBN: 0373262639 (January, 1998), 255 p., $4.99.

 

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Accustomed to the Dark

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark (USA 1996)

From the Publisher:
Santa Fe private detectives Joshua Croft and Rita Mondragon have recently become much more than friends and business partners. When Rita is shot and wounded, perhaps mortally, by the same vicious psychopath who tried to kill her once before, Joshua sets out to find the man. His pursuit takes him from the mountains of New Mexico to a posh Denver suburb, from the bleak plains of Kansas to the sweltering depths of the Florida Everglades. Along the way, he meets a sleazy former prison inmate, an eighty-year-old computer expert, a brutal drug dealer, a somber homicide cop, and a hardened mercenary with a very peculiar hobby. As Joshua races across the length of the United States toward a final confrontation with a savage killer, he also travels back through his own past, to the beginning of his relationship with the woman who now lies near death.

Walter Satterthwait: Accustomed to the Dark. A Joshua Croft Mystery. St. Martin's Press, ISBN: 0312145357 (November, 1996), 245 p., $21.95.

 

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