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Kiss Them Goodbye

A Novel

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Sitting atop a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside, the Ravenhill School is a bastion of exclusivity, offering the children of the nation’s first families a magnificent education and a refuge from the harsh realities beyond its ancient cloisters—until the first student is found dead, upside down in a campus garbage can.

When the body count rises, it becomes clear that Ravenhill has been invaded by a serial killer with a particularly gruesome appetite for display, each successive slaying more grotesque than the last. As the clues multiply, panic grips the environs of Ravenhill, and expert Nick Fowler is called in from out of town to break the case. From the school’s administrator who wants to keep the crimes under wraps to the police who resent an outsider’s intrusion, Nick’s investigation isn’t sitting well with the locals.

As Nick draws closer to penetrating the killer’s twisted mind, he soon becomes a target. And when the murderer plants a series of taunting clues for Nick, he must tread carefully if he hopes to avoid a psychopath’s deadly trap.

“Latches on to you . . . and won’t let go. . . . Eastburn has a truly diabolical mind . . . this book funnels you to death and horror with the frightening inevitability of a physical law.”—D. Keith Mano, author of Topless

From Publishers Weekly

Aug 30, 1993 – For his first novel, screenwriter Eastburn cranks out a formulaic serial-killer thriller distinguished mainly by glaring lapses in logic and a killer whose psychological motivation begs belief. Students at an exclusive boys' prep school in Ravenstown in upstate New York are turning up gruesomely murdered; and, apparently, the killer has danced with the victims either during or after their bloody death throes. Police detective Nick Fowler, recently transferred from Buffalo, takes charge and immediately antagonizes everyone, including his own superiors, most of the suspects and Maureen McCauley, a beautiful reporter who undermines his investigation with her stories. Their developing romantic attachment is a particularly jarring element in a generally improbable narrative, as she decides to print the name of the main suspect and detail the evidence against him before charges have been made. Incomprehensibly, few of the characters seem much concerned about the murderer in their midst; readers will most likely share their indifference.
Kiss Them Goodbye
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  • Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Published: Jan 05, 2016
  • Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
  • Seller: HarperCollins
  • Print Length: 368 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.5 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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