The Night Gardener
The reunion occurs under the worst circumstances. Twenty years ago, detective T. C. Cook and street cops Gus Ramone and Dan "Doc" Holiday had pursued a serial murderer nicknamed the Night Gardener. Now this fiendish killer seems to be back, and this trio of seemingly incompatible lawmen have... show more
The reunion occurs under the worst circumstances. Twenty years ago, detective T. C. Cook and street cops Gus Ramone and Dan "Doc" Holiday had pursued a serial murderer nicknamed the Night Gardener. Now this fiendish killer seems to be back, and this trio of seemingly incompatible lawmen have reunited to track him down. George Pelecanos's mystery turns an intense police procedural into an enthralling study of human motivation and mixed motives.
Publish date: August 1st 2007
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Dc Comics
In the bygone age of 1985, detective TC Cooke, with young cops Gus Ramone and Dan Holiday in tow, tried to save a string of murders dubbed the Palindrome Killer, aka the Night Gardener, and failed. Twenty years later, a murder with the same telltale characteristics occurs. Has the killer resurface...
Pelecanos's books are just my kind of reading - a mystery/police procedural that digs into the dark heart of human nature. Gus Ramone is a Washington DC homicide detective and former Internal Affairs investigator, 20 years on the job, married to a woman he still loves (and who still loves him), try...
mp3 workaday Oooh this more like itRead By: Richard M DavidsonTotal Duration: 11:29:59blurb - Book Description================From Publishers WeeklyStarred Review. Pelecanos (Drama City) delivers a dignified, character-driven epic that succeeds as both literary novel and page-...
I am a die hard fan of the HBO series The Wire. i have always maintained that that tv show "read" more like a novel than it did a typical tv show. It had characters with depth, there were no good guys and bad guys only people who were varying shades of grey. It had layers and a definite, recogniz...
good crime novel.