Hideout by Kathleen George

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Kathleen George returns with the sequel to The Odds, the Edgar®- nominee for Best Novel The new book in Kathleen George’s stunning Pittsburgh-set police procedural series begins when a young mother dies in a hit-and-run accident caused by two young brothers. Desperate and afraid, Jack and Ryan Rutter flee to Sugar Lake, the summer community where they vacationed as children. As Detectives Colleen Greer and Richard Christie search for the brothers, Jack and Ryan create a terrifying hostage situation. As fast-paced and brilliantly plotted as the book that earned her an Edgar® nomination, Hideout is a riveting police procedural like no other.

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KATHLEEN GEORGE is the author of The Odds, which was nominated in 2010 for the Edgar for Best Novel. She is also the editor of the short story collection Pittsburgh Noir. A professor of theatre at the University of Pittsburgh, she and her husband live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Published August 16, 2011 by Minotaur Books. 318 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Greer, Christie and a plethora of competing law officers from neighboring districts eventually get leads on the boys, put out APBs and close in on them, but not before Ryan, unbeknownst to Jack, opens the gas stove jets to eliminate the pair of witnesses.

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Meanwhile, brothers Jack and Ryan Rutter, the two young men in the truck that fatally struck the woman, skip town and break into an unoccupied house in Perrysville, a nearby summer community.

Jun 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Hideout

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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