Red Herring

Red Herring

A Joe Gunther Novel

Book - 2010
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Baker & Taylor
"Joe Gunther and his team at the VBI (Vermont Bureau of Investigation) are faced with the most complex and deadly case of their careers when they are called in to investigate a series of violent deaths that appear unrrelated to one another. That is, until telltale clues reveal a linkage between the deaths. Even more chilling, the crime scenes were staged and, despite initial appearances, those deaths are, in fact, murders. And that clue--a single drop of unexplained blood at each crime scene, coming fromthree additional unknown people--leaves the police with more questions than answers"--Cover, p. 2.

McMillan Palgrave
VBI (Vermont Bureau of Investigation) head Joe Gunther and his team are called in to investigate a series of violent deaths that appear unrelated until telltale clues reveal a linkage between them and that all of the deaths are, in fact, murders. However, apart from a single drop of unexplained blood left at each crime scene, there are no obvious connections between the victims or the cases. The police are faced with more questions than answers including what do the mysterious deposits of blood mean, coming as they do from three additional unknown people. In their search for the elusive truth, the VBI must plumb the depths of every suspect’s past, every victim’s most intimate details, and examine each piece of evidence down to the smallest detail—an examination which includes a trip to the Brookhaven National Lab on Long Island and an exploration of cutting edge forensic technology.


Baker
& Taylor

Joe Gunther and his team investigate a series of seemingly unrelated deaths where each crime scene includes a single drop of blood from a small group of unknown individuals.

Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312381936
031238193X
Characteristics: viii, 291 p. ; 24 cm

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