The poet / Michael Connelly ; [with a foreword by Stephen King].
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- ISBN: 0446602612
- Physical Description: xiii, 510 pages ; 17 cm
- Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 
Originally published: Boston : Little, Brown and Company, 1996.
A psychological thriller on a serial killer who hunts homicide detectives. The hero of the tale is Denver newspaper reporter Jack McEnvoy whose brother, a detective, shoots himself. McEnvoy investigates police suicides in other cities and discovers a sinister pattern: sex killings, followed by the "suicide" of the detective on the case and a suicide note in the form of a poetic riddle. In this way McEvoy stumbles on the killer known to the FBI as The Poet, and teams up with a beautiful FBI agent to capture him. By the author of the last coyote.
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