THE BURDEN OF GUILT by Ian Gordon

THE BURDEN OF GUILT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Connell, because of his personal interest in the deaths of a parolee and a minister's wife, makes the choice between being a hood or a cop. Refusing a routine investigation, Connell links all the connecting threads of the man's life, the steps that led to his arrest, and the pattern that ended in his murder. Psychiatricky rather than straight-sleuth.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster