In Deep

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Random House, Dec 23, 1992 - Fiction - 293 pages
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A sensational story about a serial killer and a detective with a sixth sense--set in a sunny and sinister town on the California seaside. A woman had been murdered--by a horrible method that has serial killer written all over it. For Laredo Beach's Detective Sergeant Eustes Tully, it was time to use his sixth sense to crack the crime.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Debut thriller about a serial killer on Santa Barbara's Laredo Beach. Jones's is a stylelessly routine crime novel featuring a pleasant if not very snappy hero. Female bodies are turning up on Laredo ... Read full review

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Screenwriter Jones cranks up this episodic, dramatized plot of grisly murder with the discovery of a mutilated woman's body on a Santa Barbara beach. The reader already knows that a psychopath has ... Read full review


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Bruce Jones is the former Editor-at-Large for the weekly magazine "Autosport", the acknowledged world authority on motor sport at all levels, from the pinnacle of Formula One to the grass-roots formulae. The author of the best-selling "Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One" & "Fifty Years of the Formula One World Championship", he has contributed to many motor sport books & magazines worldwide, including biographies of Formula One team owners Frank Williams & Colin Chapman.

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