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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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Ferrigno's smoldering The Horse Latitudes was one of the most striking thriller debuts of 1990. His second novel—a splintery tale of murder among California powerbrokers—isn't nearly as good. The ... Read full review

The Cheshire moon

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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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