The Bone Polisher

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Morrow, 1995 - Fiction - 305 pages
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Simeon Grist is a hip, thirty-something P.I. with a nose for trouble. In The Bone Polisher, Simeon is on the trail of a brutal killer who is preying on Los Angeles's gay community. The murderer is called the Bone Polisher, the ancient Chinese name for those who returned the dead to their homes, because all his victims are killed in the same gruesome way. And all his victims harbor a secret, a secret the Bone Polisher is desperate to reveal - at any cost.

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Timothy Hallinan was born in 1942. He was a consultant for some of America's top corporations, advising on issues of television sponsorship and audience-building. He created Hallinan Consulting that created educators' websites on behalf of a number of public television programs. He now writes full-time. His works include the Simeon Grist Mystery series, the Poke Rafferty series, and the Junior Bender Mystery series.

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