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BLINDMAN'S BLUFF
by Faye Kellerman

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Procedural

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A brutal slaughter at a billionaire's ranch launches the newest twisted thriller from the brilliant mind of Kellerman. The familiar players are all here and do their part to unravel the truth behind this vicious crime. In addition to providing Byzantine plotlines, Kellerman excels at the procedural aspects of the story. Walking in the shoes of Peter Decker is always a rewarding experience.

When billionaire mall developer Guy Kaffey, his wife, a maid and two security guards are shot to death, Lt. Decker and his team are on the case. The sole survivor is older son Gil Kaffey, seriously wounded in the massacre. With all the money and power involved, Decker's first inclination is to look at Guy's remaining family members ... sons Gil and Grant, and brother Mace Kaffey.

But there are two other missing guards and a link to a dangerous gang. Strangely, one clue may come from the courthouse where Rina is sitting on a jury. There are lots of questions and, frighteningly, more shots fired in this strange case. (MORROW, Aug., 384 pp., $25.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: MORROW

Published: August 2009

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