Incinerator by Timothy Hallinan
A Simeon Grist Mystery

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--a criminal who douses homeless men with gasoline as they sleep on the streets and then sets them on fire--Simeon Grist becomes the Crisper's reluctant Father Confessor. 35,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.

About Timothy Hallinan

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Timothy Hallinan was born in 1942. He was a consultant for some of America's top corporations, advising on issues of television sponsorship and audience-building. He created Hallinan Consulting that created educators' websites on behalf of a number of public television programs. He now writes full-time. His works include the Simeon Grist Mystery series, the Poke Rafferty series, and the Junior Bender Mystery series.
Published February 1, 1992 by William Morrow & Co. 268 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Simeon enters into the serial murders when one of the victims turns out to be a lost, disoriented millionaire suffering from Alzheimer's, and when his daughter announces to the press that she's hired Grist to find out who killed him.

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Tiresome hero and narrator Simeon Grist duels with a homicidal pyromaniac, while willfully alienating his lady love, his best friend and the LAPD.

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