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Windy City By Hugh Holton,

  • Title: Windy City
  • Author: Hugh Holton
  • ISBN: 9780812567144
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Margo and Neil DeWitt sees like any other fun loving, super rich couple until Chicago Police Commander Larry Cole sees through their affluent charade.While investigating the death of a fellow officer, Cole stumbles across a pattern of killings that leads him to discover the DeWitt s gruesome hobby murdering women and children using methods from their favorite mystery noveMargo and Neil DeWitt sees like any other fun loving, super rich couple until Chicago Police Commander Larry Cole sees through their affluent charade.While investigating the death of a fellow officer, Cole stumbles across a pattern of killings that leads him to discover the DeWitt s gruesome hobby murdering women and children using methods from their favorite mystery novels.Cole enlists and group of mystery writers to help him figure out where the homicidal couple will strike next But as the body count rises, will it be enough of an edge to help him get to the DeWitts before they get to him
    Windy City Margo and Neil DeWitt sees like any other fun loving super rich couple until Chicago Police Commander Larry Cole sees through their affluent charade While investigating the death of a fellow officer

    One thought on “Windy City”

    1. This book is an interesting read and the characters are loveable but I guess some few things looks unrealistic and it reminds me of James Hardly Chase3 Star is been fair.

    2. Enjoyed getting the back story, I am looking forward to reading of Mr Holton s work.When Cole s friend and fellow cop is killed minutes after Cole drops him off at home the police try to pin the murder on Mack s fiancee Knowing she is innocent Cole goes to work to find the real killer and the trail leads to billionaire Neil DeWitt.The case seems to be closed when Neil DeWitt is killed during his attempt to kill one of the witnesses that can put him at the scene of Mack s death, but Cole believe [...]

    3. Has the bones of a good story, but pedantically overly sly to explanatory to be enjoyable.The story is only surface deep while one must suspend belief while reading any fiction the story is too facile with shallow character development.

    4. Excellent reading and to think this all took place locally and the buildings were all accurate as well as the street listings.

    5. Fantastic touched many of the organizations that I know and love A great read and a suspenseful ride across the city.

    6. I actually liked this one which is number two in the series better than the original Presumed Dead by this author If you like Chicago and reading police procedurals I recommend this mystery.

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