Blind Fury by Lynda La Plante

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Blind Fury is a somewhat densely written police procedural novel that rises above the wealth of detail to build and maintain interest as more potential murders are identified. It can be read as a stand-alone novel or represents another excellent contribution to the story of Anna Travis.
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When the body of a young woman is discovered close to a highway service station, Detective Inspector Anna Travis is brought on to the team of investigators by her former lover and boss, Detective Chief Superintendent Langton. As more evidence is uncovered, the team realizes that they are contending with a triple murder investigation—and no suspect.

But then a murderer Anna helped arrest years ago makes contact from prison. Cameron Welsh insists that he can help track down the killer, but he will divulge his secrets only to Anna herself. Does he really have an insight into another criminal’s mind, or is he merely intent on getting into hers?

The team soon realizes that they are dealing with a killer whose deviousness has enabled him to commit horrific crimes, yet remain undetected for years. As the case draws to a close, Welsh’s obsession for Anna fuels a terrifying rage that will have disastrous consequences for Anna, who finds herself staring into the face of a desperate personal tragedy.
 

About Lynda La Plante

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Lynda La Plante's fourteen novels, including the Prime Suspect series, have all been international bestsellers.  She is an honorary fellow of the British Film Institute and a member of the UK Crime Writers Awards Hall of Fame.  She was awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in 2008.  She runs her own television production company and lives in London and Easthampton, New York.  Visit her website at laplantebooks.com.
 
Published July 5, 2011 by Touchstone. 514 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction
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Reviewed by David Marshall on Aug 04 2011

Blind Fury is a somewhat densely written police procedural novel that rises above the wealth of detail to build and maintain interest as more potential murders are identified. It can be read as a stand-alone novel or represents another excellent contribution to the story of Anna Travis.

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