House of Smoke

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Signet, 1996 - Fiction - 490 pages
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J.F. Freedman is on fire once again with this novel, a blazing new thriller of power, murder and one woman's relentless search for the truth. An ex-cop-turned-private investigator searches for answers when a wealthy socialite's boyfriend is killed while in police custody. But no solutions lead only to more dangerous questions, as she enters a glittery world where the ultra-rich play the deadliest games.

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User Review  - Ed.Jones - LibraryThing

This book could easily have been 100 pages shorter and not lost a thing. But the strangest thing was the authors using what I would call the "God" voice to set all the scenes e.g. "Kate entered the ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A gritty and gripping sins-of-the-fathers tale from Freedman (Against the Wind, 1991, etc.), who this time puts a couple of memorably gutsy ladies center stage. Having resigned from the Oakland PD ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

J.F. Freedman is the best selling author of Against the Wind, The Obstacle Course, House of Smoke, Key Witness, The Disappearance, and Above the Law. He lives with his family on the central California coast.

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