"Cool, snarly, and hilarious, Hell’s Kitchen turns Manhattan over like a rock and let’s its phonies, wannabies, conmen, and killers come crawling out. Vicious, funny stuff."—Andrew Klavan, author of Hunting Down Amanda
Cyrus is a millionaire recluse. Oh, and a serial killer who preys upon apartment hunters in New York City. Armstead Maupin meets Carl Hiaasen in a brilliant black comedy that traces the paths of disparate characters floating through New York, about to collide in a treacherous story that will make you think twice about ever answering a classified ad.
Chris Niles was born in New Zealand, and currently resides in New York. She is the author of a series of mysteries featuring radio reporter Sam Ridley: Spike It, Run Time and Crossing Live.
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Other characters and victims include Quinn's sharp-elbowed grandmother, Molly, Tye's rotter of an ex-boyfriend, an artist, a con man posing as a Hollywood producer, a television news journalist and her girlfriend and several oleaginous broadcast news types.| Read Full Review of Hell's Kitchen
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