In The Shadow of the Arch

Robert J. Randisi

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In The Shadow of the Arch

In The Shadow of the Arch By Robert J. Randisi In The Shadow of the Arch The blistering mystery in the Detective Joe Keough series Joe barely has time to acclimate himself to his new home and job before two cases capture his attention and in the case of a little boy his h

  • Title: In The Shadow of the Arch
  • Author: Robert J. Randisi
  • ISBN: 9780312181154
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In The Shadow of the Arch By Robert J. Randisi The blistering mystery in the Detective Joe Keough series Joe barely has time to acclimate himself to his new home and job before two cases capture his attention, and in the case of a little boy his heart Transferred from the energized streets of his hometown Brooklyn, Joe is expecting anything but the twisted trail of abductions and murders that await him in St LouisThe blistering mystery in the Detective Joe Keough series Joe barely has time to acclimate himself to his new home and job before two cases capture his attention, and in the case of a little boy his heart Transferred from the energized streets of his hometown Brooklyn, Joe is expecting anything but the twisted trail of abductions and murders that await him in St Louis.
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    1. Dan Schwent on said:

      After his police career in New York is ruined, Joe Keough moves to Saint Louis, Missouri, and gets a job with the Richmond Heights PD An hour into his first day, a three year old boy walks into the police station, leaving a trail of bloody footprints But he connected to the string of murder kidnappings all over St Louis count I had this book pushed on me several minutes after I was told Randisi would be a guest on The Review Board in coming weeks So far, not impressed.In the Shadow of the Arch h [...]

    2. Audrey on said:

      By the golden be winged hairdo of JM J Bullock, what is this nonsense Joe Keough nope, I don t know how to pronounce it either except that at one point a character calls him Keyhole is a police detective who moves from NEW YORK City to St Louis after a case that s either disastrous or spectacular but never actually explained NEW YORK is in capitals there because the author never lets you go than a couple chapters without mentioning Keough s NEW YORK attitude Keough yaws between being defensive [...]

    3. Brian Steele on said:

      I really enjoyed Randisi s Curtains Of Blood, a Victorian murder mystery involving Jack The Ripper and Bram Stoker Excited to try out something in a contemporary setting by him the author is famous for his Western novels , I found this book a bit boring Dectective Keough is constantly being reminded how he came from New York, and things are different in St Louis The other cops either hate him, or are in awe Although we see through the eyes of the killer at times, nothing is ever really explaine [...]

    4. Tony on said:

      Very well written easy read I am from St Louis so I could picture all the places referenced in the book.

    5. Naomi on said:

      Young mothers with babies in strollers are being kidnapped while at shopping malls Detective Joe Keough, newly moved to St Louis from New York is assigned to the case I enjoyed reading this as it is nether to violent or bloody The author seems laid back and so is his detective Solving the case is intertwined with another one when a little boy is dropped off at the police station in bloody pj s and a blank look on his face I like the detective and plan on reading the next book about him.

    6. Jaime on said:

      ithink that tis book was a bit mature,but i have t say te author did a great job espially with using suspense in most of the chaptersus i look forward to reading another one of his books.

    7. Jen on said:

      Read this 15 or so years ago, really enjoyed it and meant to read the others just forgot what it was called and who wrote it

    8. Kynthia on said:

      It was a pretty fast read I liked it a lot but did feel the ending, though sweet, lacked real surprise.

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