The Silent Bride by Leslie Glass
(April Woo Suspense Novels)

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NYPD Detective April Woo-the heroine of Leslie Glass's Tracking Time, Stealing Time, and Judging Time-is back to solve the case of a serial killer who targets young New York City brides.

Leslie Glass is "one terrific writer." (Tami Hoag)

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Leslie Glass, who grew up in New York, has worked as a journalist, a playwright, and a novelist. She started writing the April Woo series in 1995. The stories presented in the novels are all based on real police cases. In 1991, she started the Leslie Glass Foundation, which grants graduate research fellowships in the criminal justice and mental health fields. Since 1998, she has been a trustee of the New York City Police Foundation and is actively involved in the Crime Stoppers program.
Published June 1, 2002 by Onyx. 400 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Complicating matters further, Woo is asked to serve as maid of honor for her demanding "sister-cousin," Ching, whose upcoming wedding has now been pronounced cursed by Woo's superstitious mother, Skinny Dragon.

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