Black Dog (Thomas Laird's Jimmy Parisi) ebook
by Thomas Laird
Thomas Laird is the author of The Underground Detective (2012). Thomas Laird lives in Peoria, Illinois.
Thomas Laird is the author of The Underground Detective (2012). He has published four other novels: Cutter (2001), Season of the Assassin (2003), Black Dog (2004), Voices of the Dead (2006). Customers Also Bought Items By.
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Struggling with personal fatigue and professional burnout, Chicago homicide detective Jimmy Parisi is confronted by a serial killer, known as Black Dog, who drains the blood from young women and leaves them to die, as well as the murder of an inner-city senior citizen, two cases that are complicated show more.
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Black Dog lives in the deep pit of the human soul, where desolation and depression also hang out. In this third Jimmy Parisi novel the Chicago detective is fighting against fatigue and homicide burnout. His latest case involves a killer-Black Dog-who is draining the blood from young women before leaving them to die. There are signs that a crude needle is being used in the process, and it looks like the work of someone who knows the art of mortuary science.
Thomas C. Laird (born June 30, 1953) is an American journalist, writer, and photographer who specializes in Tibet. Laird divides his time between New Orleans and Kathmandu, Nepal, where he lived for 30 years. At the age of 18, Laird left the United States and travelled, overland, alone, from Europe to Nepal, passing through Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India. He made that trip six times within the next two years.