“A killer of a thriller with a wonderfully human, perfectly rendered heroine at its center….A terrific read.”
—Dennis Lehane, author of Shutter Island and The Given Day
“First-rate crime fiction.”
—Washington Post (a Best Book of the Year)
The raves keep pouring in for #1 New York Times bestselling author Peter De Jong’s Shadows Still Remain. James Patterson calls it, “An absolute knockout and a half,” and praises De Jong’s fascinating, endearing, but seriously flawed heroine, NYPD Detective Darlene O’Hara, as, “One of the freshest, hippest detective creations in many a year.” Every fan of serious crime fiction will agree that this author is a major find.
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While “all she has to generate new leads is her memory, a six-pack, [and] the rapidly diminishing effects of…two large coffees,” O’Hara finds this is enough—although she gets in deep trouble with publicity hound Cooney.Apr 01 2009 | Read Full Review of Shadows Still Remain: A Novel
Since this was now a major case, homicide detectives are called in relieving O'Hara and Krekorian of their responsibility for this case.| Read Full Review of Shadows Still Remain: A Novel
The station house, located in the shadow of the ramp to the Williamsburg Bridge, looks out the bleakest corridor of the Lower East Side and has the curiously exact address of 19 1/2 Pitt Street.