Dry Sterile Thunder by Jim Accardi

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"New D.A. Katie O'Brien (heroine of Saigon Landing) has a real problem. A possible serial killer is terrorizing her Alabama community, and she and veteran homicide investigator, Bobby Franks, are struggling to decipher taunting ""clues"" left at the scenes of the ritualistic killings. Although she's a veteran trial lawyer with a background in psychology, Katie's unable to zero in on the arrogant but clever killer.
With the help of longtime friend, Avery May, Katie eventually determines that the clues are coded to successive sections of an eighty-odd-year-old poem. But this realization only produces a string of suspects with no clear evidence of guilt as to any of them. Even worse, a horrible possibility exists that other victims have already been assigned to the remaining sections of the poem.
Time is clearly running out for Katie, Bobby Franks, and Avery May"

About Jim Accardi

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Accardi is a graduate of the University of North Alabama and the University of Alabama School of Law. He's served as a prosecutor in the Madison County (Alabama) District Attorney's Office for more than 25 years.
Published June 10, 2004 by iUniverse. 260 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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