Killing Cousins by Alex Minter
(New York Mysteries)

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A murderer is loose in Manhattan and he's making hotel guests his victims...

When the wives of two billionaire Texans are brutally murdered in New York's swanky Sutherland Hotel, Franklin and Felix Novak and Soraya Navarro need to move fast before the killer strikes again. Hoping to find a suspect, Felix and Soraya check in to the Sutherland, posing as wealthy lovebirds on vacation. Meanwhile Franklin looks into the shady dealings of the hotel's infamous owners, the Apples.

Is somebody trying to get vengeance on the Apples? Or are the Apple cousins, deranged Morris and slick Simon, fighting for power and using guests as ammunition? As Felix and Soraya close in on the killer, their relationship catches fire, while a corpse with a bullet in the belly throws suspicion on the least likely suspect.

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Published May 8, 2010 by Pocket Books. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When two sisters visiting from Texas get their throats slashed in a Manhattan hotel elevator, their husbands hire PI Franklin Novak to go after the killer in Alex Minter's Killing Cousins: A New York Mystery, the fast-moving follow-up to Little Sister's Last Dose (Forecasts, Mar. 24).

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After two women are robbed of their jewels and murdered in an elevator at a posh Manhattan hotel, their husbands hire private investigator Franklin Novak to find out who killed them.

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