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Saint Bloodbath

Saint Bloodbath
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Frederick Douglass Reynolds


Crime, Nonfiction

Frederick Douglass Reynolds


True Crime, Police Procedural

Book Description

Two detectives in Southern California take on a gruesome murder case and navigate the complex role of being the murder police in an area marked by homelessness, drug abuse, and gang violence. With little but their combined decades of detective experience to go off of, they investigate personal and gang-related motives in an attempt to identify and arrest their suspect. When a severed hand is found in the desert close to 100 miles away, their years-long investigation crosses jurisdictions, and they must connect the dots before the bloodbath continues.

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