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"I'm looking out over glorious San Francisco and I have my service revolver pressed against the side of my temple." Prologue, Inspector Lindsay Boxer, pg. 3

"Beautiful long-stemmed red roses filled the hotel suite—the perfect gifts, really. Everything was perfect." Book 1, David and Melanie: Chapter 1, pg. 7

"Phillip Campbell had imagined this moment, this exquisite scene, so many times."
Book 1, David and Melanie: Chapter 2, pg. 10


"The cold, blunt sound of the word hit me like a hollow-point shell between the eyes. Fatal, Lindsay." Book 1, David and Melanie: Chapter 4, pg. 16

"I had been having very close encounters with dead bodies for six years now. But what I saw sent a shiver of revulsion racing through me." Book 1, David and Melanie: Chapter 14, pg. 50

"I was surprised by Raleigh—live and learn. He was actually a nice guy." Book 1, David and Melanie: Chapter 22, pg. 83

"Becky DeGeorge, in the bloom of her...

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