Peregrine

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Congdon & Lattès, Jan 1, 1981 - Family & Relationships - 243 pages
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By chance, newscaster Pamela Barrett witnesses the slaying. Her impassioned account of it on television that evening thrills the falconer, a brilliant madman who identifies with his deadly bird. He becomes fascinated with Pam and enmeshes her in a bizarre and deadly scheme even as she finds herself drawn to him by an erotic need she doesn't understand.

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User Review  - SparrowByTheRailStar - LibraryThing

This book and the case it is about is absolutely fascinating. I read a lot of True Crime, and this is one of my favorite books from the genre- it would be perfect, save for one thing: Buglioso's ... Read full review

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User Review  - auntieknickers - LibraryThing

It's very seldom that I give a book only one star (if I dislike it that much I normally won't finish it). However, having set myself the task of reading all the Edgar Best Novel winners, I finished ... Read full review

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