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Martin J. Smith

Time Release

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An obsessed cop gets a second chance to take down a madman he failed to arrest a decade earlier in this thriller by the author ofCombustion.Pittsburgh, 1986: The city is gripped in a panic as a maniac slips poison onto pharmacy shelves. All the evidence has pointed to Ron Corbett, but shoddy policework let Corbett off the hook and left the crime unsolved. Ten years later, it's happening again. This time, for the most personal of reasons, Detective Downing has made it his mission to see Corbett behind bars. He enlists the help of Jim Christensen, a psychologist who specializes in memory, to interview Corbett's son, now a young man with a painful past and problems of his own. Does the boy remember his father poisoning pill containers? Has he blocked memories of a horrific crime spree enacted in his own house? As Christensen explores the boy's memory and Downing grows more obsessive investigating the case, both men fear that the killings now may not be as random as they once thought, and that unlocking memories may draw them too close to a vicious predator.';Time Releasesizzles, cooks, and singes! It's a whipcord thriller full of deftly drawn characters, intrigue, and taut action. This is a spellbindingly accomplished first novel'James Ellroy,New York Timesbestselling author ofThe Big Nowhere ';A fast, smart read and one fine thriller.'Robert Ferrigno,New York Timesbestselling author ofPrayers for the Assassin ';Unexpected plot twists and breathless tension combine for a suspenseful ride that doesn't let up.'The Kansas City Star ';Time Release is a fast, smart read and one fine thriller.' Robert Ferrigno, New York Times bestselling author of Prayers for the Assassin ';Unexpected plot twists and breathless tension combine for a suspenseful ride that doesn't let up.' The Kansas City Star
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  • Marina Spirovashared an impression2 years ago

    The book was OK. There were some twists around the end, but still, somehow it was not my cup of tea.

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