Love in All the Wrong PlacesBook - 2004
Helen preys on single men on the make. Hoping always to find her perfect love, she is doomed to seek it in all the wrong places. She is intriguing, even sympathetic, but the men she chooses always end up dead. As the number of unsolved murders increases, the San Francisco Police Department is under fire. Inspector Rose Burke-a savvy and experienced homicide detective, who is unhappy in her marriage and reluctantly pregnant-begins to see a pattern and, despite her personal problems, becomes relentless in her pursuit of the killer. A thoughtful, psychologically acute suspense novel laced with unexpected plot twists and a shocking conclusion, Love in All the Wrong Placesis nonetheless a vivid investigation of the mysteries of love and a page-turning ride through the human soul. With this intriguing novel, Frank Devlin joins the company of superior crime writers like Dennis Lehane, whose novels reveal a deep fascination with people, their motivations, and inner turmoils.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2004
Characteristics: 256 p. ; 24 cm