Life was good for Detective John Coffin -- he'd earned a promotion and had just moved into a new home in the tower of a renovated church-turned-theater. True, he now headed his own force and was no longer a street detective, but his business was still crime and there was plenty in the Docklands.
And then a severed human head was found in an urn on the church steps. A hand turned up in a freezer upstairs. It was one of those cases that stretched out long fingers to touch many lives... or, rather, deaths -- namely the bodies of women buried under a museum of infamous criminals. At least one of whom was alive and well and doing his job with deadly precision.
This paperback is in very nice condition with some spine creases.