A Blind Eye

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Pan Macmillan UK, Feb 1, 2004 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Rules never much mattered to rogue reporter Frank Corso. So when the Texas police release a warrant with his name on it, he runs. Accompanied by Meg Dougherty, his former lover, Corso heads straight into a furious blizzard and the pair are forced to seek shelter in an abandoned house. But in their isolated retreat, Corso and Meg make a horrific discovery - the grisly remains of Eldred Holmes and his young family. With the police firmly on his tail, Corso begins a murder-hunt that will carry him through a chilling history of terror and bloodshed, and make him the target of a rage-driven master of reinvention . . . 'The term 'page-turner' has been flogged to death, but this is the real deal . . . an utterly compelling portrait of murder, madness and the ultimate corruption' JONATHAN KELLERMAN

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