Mr. Kill (Google eBook)

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Soho Press, Dec 6, 2011 - Fiction - 384 pages
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On a crowded train to Seoul from Pusan, a Korean woman is trapped in the bathroom and brutally raped in front of her children. Eyewitness account indicate the culprit was a white man, most likely a US serviceman. By the time Sergeant George Sueño of the US 8th Army is called in to investigate, the rapist has disappeared, and the Korean witnesses have had a chance to get very angry about the situation--and all it represents. Many Koreans are resentful of the continued American presence in Korea, and George has a delicate situation on his hands.

Of course, the US Army wants to do what they can to ensure they are not connected to the crime. If he wants to see justice done, George is going to have to carry out his investigation against the direct orders of his own office, who have assigned him and his partner, Ernie Bascom, a frivolous job of tagging along with an all-female American country band and investigating their missing supplies. But when a second Korean woman is attacked--and this time ends up dead--8th Army can't ignore the serial rapist anymore. With the help of the legendary Korean investigator known as Mr. Kill, George and Ernie embark on what may just be the most dangerous case of their careers.

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Review: Mr. Kill (Sergeants Sueño and Bascom #7)

User Review  - Dan Downing - Goodreads

Basically a police procedural with a dash of mystery and clues for readers who like a small challenge, "Mr. Kill" takes place in South Korea. The police in question are Army CID officers Sueno and ... Read full review

Review: Mr. Kill (Sergeants Sueño and Bascom #7)

User Review  - Jeannine Stewart - Goodreads

This is the first book I've read in this series and I can't wait to read more. Set in the early 1970's, Sueno & Bascom are investigators for the Criminal Investigation Division of the 8th United ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Martin Limón retired from military service after twenty years in the US Army, including ten years in Korea. He is the author of six previous books in the Sergeant George Sueño series: Jade Lady Burning, Slicky Boys, Buddha's Money, The Door to Bitterness, The Wandering Ghost, and GI Bones. He lives in Seattle.

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