Bone Factory by Steven Sidor

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A collection of lonely souls look for one last shot at happiness. Instead they're trapped in the never-ending cycle of false hope and true despair--and deadly violence--that is Booth City.

Homicide cops Ike Horner and Eliza Ochoa are on the scene of a body dump in a riverfront park, crouching over the freezing corpse of yet another working girl--cut up in all the most delicate places. Soon Ike and Eliza find themselves on a fatal mission as they unravel a conspiracy that stretches from the darkest holes in Booth to the fringes of its most influential families. As the murder investigation hurtles toward its startling conclusion, Ike and Eliza uncover terrifying secrets that are buried too close to home. . .   

About Steven Sidor

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Steven Sidor is the author of acclaimed novels including The Mirror's Edge. He lives near Chicago, Illinois, with his wife and two children.
Published October 31, 2006 by Minotaur Books. 270 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Fiction

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To veteran homicide detectives like Eliza Ochoa and Ike Gorman, that news was hardly earth-shaking.

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Reviewing the Evidence

This is the second in the series and author Sidor tends to rely on the idea that the readers have read the first book and therefore have been introduced to the main characters and the city before this second installment began.

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The murderers are interesting as well, definitely damaged and unquestionably on the wrong side of the law, yet sympathetic and - in the case of Josine's transsexual 'sister' - almost likeable in their own way.

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