Murder In Central Park by Michael Jahn
(Bill Donovan Mysteries)

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When a quiet night atop a bird conservatory in Central Park runs afoul, Donovan is sent off to follow another twisting murder case. With a slew of suspects, Donovan must use his skills to track down the murderer. There's the internet-exhibitionist daughter of a famous beat poet, a pack of rollerblading hoods, a jealous husband and a pair of eccentric scientist all thrown in the mix. Anyone could be the killer.

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Michael Jahn has published over 45 books in the United States and abroad, including the 1978 Edgar Award-winning novel, The Quark Maneuver, and the Bill Donovan series of suspense and mystery novels. Jahn has received critical acclaim in The New York Times and other newspapers, and a collection of his papers and original manuscripts was established at Columbia University's Rare Books and Manuscripts Library. Having lived in New York City for more than two decades, he now makes his home in Westwood, New Jersey.
Published March 16, 2000 by Minotaur Books. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Rollerblading, pot-smoking kids carouse until morning on Park Drive West; New York City officials have numbered Central Park's lampposts to make bird-watching easier. Traveloguelike tidbits like these

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When he fails to turn up a reasonable motive for his prime suspects, rich kids Frank Lauriat (son of the bird-gazing scientist) and Natasha Cohen (daughter of a has-been Beat poet who broadcasts on the Web, scantily clad scenes of life from her bedroom), Donovan digs deeper, uncovering the scient...

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