Hanging Time

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 26, 2011 - Fiction - 444 pages
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In an expensive boutique on New York's Upper West Side, a young salesgirl is persuaded to open the door to her death.

In the chaos of a police station, ambition and sexual politics raise the stakes of solving a vicious crime.

In his office, a famed psychoanalyst hears a sister's tale of emotional terrorism and madness.

For April Woo and Jason Frank, suspense fiction's most engrossing detective team, the clock is ticking on another brutal killing.


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The solution to a series of murders lies in the complex relationship of abuse and dependency between two sisters, one of whom is a patient of psychiatrist Jason Frank. Although his involvement in this ... Read full review

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Leslie Glass was a journalist at "New York "magazine and a short story and feature writer for "Cosmopolitan" and "Woman's Own "in Great Britain. She is a playwright and the author of the critically acclaimed, bestselling Time series, featuring HYPD Detective Sergeant April Woo. Leslie lives in New York and is presently working on her next novel.

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