Still Life by Bruce Elliot

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The line between artistic vision and insanity has been violently crossed. Mutilated bodies are being discovered almost daily-their gruesome remains meticulously arranged into grotesque shapes and forms.

Detective Amiel "Touch" Benson wants to stop him. To do so, he will have to work with the one person whom the artist confides in-radio psychologist Teri Fields, whose show the killer calls to let Benson know where the next corpse is located. They must race against time, for true art waits for no one-and there is a master at work.

His canvas: the city of Los Angeles. His inspiration: the dying screams of his victims. His passion: to create a masterpiece of death no one will ever forget.

About Bruce Elliot

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Bruce Elliot is a former Hollywood screenwriter who now lives in the Midwest with his wife and children. He is currently at work on his next thriller featuring Detective Amiel "Touch" Benson.
Published May 1, 2001 by Onyx. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Although Touch's misogynistic superior is none too happy that his department has to work with the love doctor, Teri's womanly charms, intelligence and fine arts background are not lost on Touch—even though he is already dividing his romantic attentions between his estranged, manic-depressive wife...

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