Dead Man's Dance

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Berkley Books, Aug 1, 1996 - Fiction - 303 pages
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In Ferrigno's latest thriller, five men are linked by a crime thirty years old--and one has a deadly plan to put the past behind him. "Crime, punishment, sex, violence, corruption, betrayal . . . a captivating blend of suspense and brooding romanticism that submerges readers in a sultry Southern California underworld . . . impeccably paced".--Associated Press.

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Ferrigno (The Horse Latitudes, LJ 2/1/90) continues the adventures of investigative reporter Quinn. Judge Teddy Krammerson, Quinn's stepfather, is brutally murdered, apparently by neo-Nazis. At the ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

After brief careers as a professional poker player and college professor, Robert Ferrigno spent seven years working as a reporter for a Southern California daily newspaper. His first book, The Horse Latitudes, was a national bestseller and described by Time Magazine as "the fiction debut of the season." His second book, The Cheshire Moon, was hailed by The New York Times as "a gripping, fast-paced thriller." Dead Man's Dance, Ferrigno's third book, was Literary Guild? Featured Alternate. Dead Silent is his most recent novel.

Ferrigno lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and three children.

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