In Edgar Award winner Thomas Adcock's fourth Neil Hockaday mystery, the "shamrock detective" returns to battle personal demons and a serial killer stalking New York City's gay underworld. Furloughed from the force and battling the bottle, Hock stays on the case as a private eye--as the tide of blood relentlessly rises.
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Review: Devil's Heaven: A Neil Hockaday Mystery (Neil Hockaday Mystery #4)User Review - Goodreads
It took me forever to get into this book. I almost gave up on it several times, but finally, towards the very end, it became somewhat interesting. I don't think I'll read anything else by this author. Read full review
Review: Devil's Heaven: A Neil Hockaday Mystery (Neil Hockaday Mystery #4)User Review - Linda - Goodreads
I wouldn't recommend this book to everyone. The subject matter is quite graphic. The characters in the book are wonderful- compassionate and human and the "bad guys" are colorfully drawn. Read full review