Windy City by Hugh Holton

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Breaking through Margo and Neil DeWitt's portrayal of an affluent, loving couple, Chicago police Commander Larry Cole exposes their sexually deviant behavior as rapists and child molesters, only to have the DeWitt's target Cole's own young son. Tour.

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Published July 1, 1995 by Forge. 319 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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An unhinged pair of serial murderers surface early in Holton's second outing (Presumed Dead, 1994): Chicago's Neil DeWitt and wife Margo, socialite millionaires, who share a well-hidden blood lusthis for nubile young women, hers for black boy children.

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Two of the least believable killers in recent crime fiction stumble and cackle their way through Chicago as Holton (Presumed Dead) loses his way somewhere between a procedural and a parody of gothic horror.

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