Unprotected Love - John F. Rooney Reviews
Description:ISBN 0975275615 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: John F. Rooney / Paperback / 218 Pages / Book is published 2011-02 by Senneff House Publishers
Newest Review: ... never expected. This is the the third volume in a series about NYC police detective Denny Delaney, but it is the first of ... more
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by - written on 12/05/11, updated on 12/05/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
NYC police detective Denny Delaney has ended up confronting, and killing, the domestic terrorist known as Felix the Cat not just once, but twice. So who is spray painting his messages across the city once more? That is puzzling enough, but with no terrorist action seeming to accompany it, not quite as pressing as the strange murders that begin to crop up along the docks. Each victim is a well heeled rent boy, fully clothed and carefully posed in a respectful manner. each one also has a blue plastic wrapped condom stuffed into their mouth. Who is killing these young men, and why? When wife Monny begins receiving emails discussing Felix and the current serial killer case, . Read the complete review
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