The Cheshire moon

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Morrow, Feb 1, 1993 - Fiction - 285 pages
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Ferrigno's first novel, The Horse Lattitudes, was hailed as "the most memorable fiction debut of the season" by Time magazine. Now he returns with a noir thriller set in Southern California that will have readers tied to their chairs. When a friend is coerced into suicide, a former investigative reporter and his sexy photojournalist partner start snooping on deadly ground.

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The suspense begins when Quinn's friend Andy is found dead after revealing to Quinn that he has observed a murder. The victim is a TV producer who was trying to blackmail a well-known talk-show host ... Read full review


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Robert Ferrigno is the author of five previous novels. He lives with his family in the Pacific Northwest.

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