Tribeca Blues by Jim Fusilli

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When detective Terry Orr learns about the death of the mother of the madman he believes killed his wife and son, he discovers a stunning truth about the woman he adored--and the true nature of his obsessions.
 

About Jim Fusilli

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Jim Fusilli is an acclaimed mystery writer who covers music for the "Wall Street Journal," This is his first book for young readers. He lives in Boston.
 
Published October 13, 2003 by Putnam Adult. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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It’s no trouble to find Loretta, who demands the Tilt as her right and vows to make Terry’s life miserable—an empty threat against somebody whose wife, painter Marina Fiorentino, died trying to rescue her son Davy from the subway tracks where lunatic piano prodigy Raymond Montgomery Weisz pushed ...

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Two incidents kick the plot into gear: first, the death of Leo Mallard, Terry's longtime friend and owner of a struggling TriBeCa watering hole called the Tilt, and second, Terry's discovery of a fresh clue in his search for the Madman, Raymond Weisz, the lunatic genius Terry blames for taking hi...

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Book Reporter

Orr's friend leaves him a bequest and a request, one that takes Orr, Bella and their friends to New Orleans for a funeral and the beginning of a quest to bring Orr's friend the justice that was denied him during his life.

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Reviewing the Evidence

It's been five years since the death of his wife and young son, but Terry Orr is still obsessed with finding Raymond Weisz, the man he believes was responsible for their death.

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Obsession has been a strong theme throughout the previous two books but not nearly at the level in this book.

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