This is the most recent case of David Gurney's series. A case that takes place in a town, Larchfield, where supposedly there is no violence and many rich people live. The Russell family is practically the owner of the town. Angus Russell is the first of the victims … [Read more...]
John Verdon – White River Burning.
This time John Verdon presents us a difficult case in a town named White River where the police is accused by the people of racism and corruption. Dell Beckert is the chief of police and he's radical, authoritarian, inflexible and ambitious. Everything begins with … [Read more...]
John Verdon – Wolf Lake.
This is the new novel of one of my favorite authors. In this book, David Gurney will solve a very strange case in which it seems that a psychologist, Richard Hammond, has the ability to induce the suicide in some people after hypnotizing them. All the victims have … [Read more...]
John Verdon – Peter Pan Must Die.
No, it's not a novel affecting the real Peter Pan. The killer will be named like this because of certain peculiarities that he has. A businessman is shot during his mother's funeral. The principal suspect is his wife, Kay Spalter, who wasn't present at the funeral. … [Read more...]
John Verdon – Let the Devil Sleep.
This time Gurney got involved in the case because the journalist that made him famous asked him to help her daughter, Kim, with a documentary about the families of the victims of the "Good Shepherd", a criminal that was, never, caught. His passion and obession for … [Read more...]
John Verdon – Shut Your Eyes Tight.
It seems that David Gurney can't stay away of crime and serial killers. There's something in him that makes him want to investigate whenever there is a difficult case with some things that don't match. A bride is bloodily killed the day of her wedding. The principal … [Read more...]
John Verdon – Think of a Number.
David Gurney is a retired detective who caught many serial killers during his time with N.Y. police department, so he became famous. In this excellent novel he will have to catch a killer that seems to know what the victims are thinking. The killer sends a letter to … [Read more...]