A Perfect Crime

A Perfect Crime

Book - 1998
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Distraught by a failing marriage, Francie Cullingwood enters into a secret affair with charismatic radio psychologist Ned Demarco. But what seems like a refuge takes a decidedly dark turn. For when the liaison is discovered, a seething, enraged genius begins to construct the perfect, flawless murder, manipulating Francie, her lover, and her best friend like chess pieces in a lethal game. But even the most brilliant mind can make mistakes. And soon the intricate plan is spinning wildly out of control--in shocking, fatal directions. . . . An unfaithful wife. A cheating lover. A loyal friend. A jealous husband. In this stunning thriller, four lives hang in precarious balance--as a cunning killer prepares their roles in A Perfect Crime.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 1998.
ISBN: 9780345426802
0345426800
9780345423849
0345423844
Characteristics: 322 p. ;,24 cm.

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Pilosha
Aug 03, 2017

Actually at the beginning it was slow and it took me a while to get into it, but it turned out to be quite good. Well written and with interesting characters from different walks of life and portrayed with some skill. I really enjoy Police novels if they have character with some depth - not just cardboard heroes. This is becoming ever so rare. People seem to be able to read novels with action and without people.
Enjoyed this one - I can recommend it as a pleasant read.

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vi2856
Apr 26, 2013

loved this book, will read more
of his.
The end was unusual

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mohare
Nov 30, 2010

Loved this book... best book I've read in a long time. Exciting plot, interesting characters, suspenseful but not obvious as to how things would turn out !! Must read more of his stuff... this first one is a winner !

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