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Entombed: a novel /

With the return of the Silk Stocking Rapist and a woman's skeleton discovered in the wall of an East Village building where Edgar Allan Poe once lived, sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper must seek help from the Raven Society, a group devoted to the work of Poe.

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  • "With the return of the Silk Stocking Rapist and a woman's skeleton discovered in the wall of an East Village building where Edgar Allan Poe once lived, sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper must seek help from the Raven Society, a group devoted to the work of Poe."@en
  • "After a lull of four years the ?silk stocking rapist? is back at work on the Upper East Side, but this time Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper has perfect DNA evidence. She also has a much older case to work on ? a skeleton has been found entombed in the wall of an old house ? but it turns out to be a relatively modern murder from 1978. On the day the discovery of this body is leaked to the press, Alex gets a call that the silk stocking rapist has struck again, this time fatally. Or has he? Are the cases linked or is someone trying to silence a possible witness to a thirty-five-year old murder?"
  • "When a former residence of Edgar Allan Poe is demolished, a human skeleton is found behind the walls. Soon, Cooper is digging into Poe's tormented life, hoping to discover a clue that will break open the case."
  • "From -- Entombed is masterful, exhilarating crime fiction from one of crime writing's most dazzling stars."@en
  • "Workers demolishing a 19th-century brownstone where Poe once lived discover a human skeleton standing - entombed - behind a brick wall. When assistant DA and sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper hears about the case, it strikes her as a classic scene from Poe's fiction . except that forensic evidence shows this young woman died within the last twenty-five years."@en
  • "Manhattan sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper works to uncover a link between a serial killer and a body that has been discovered in a nineteenth-century brownstone formerly belonging to Edgar Allan Poe."
  • "Manhattan sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper works to uncover a link between a serial killer and a body that has been discovered in a nineteenth-century brownstone formerly belonging to Edgar Allan Poe."@en
  • "Series heroine Alexandra Cooper, head of Manhattan's sex crimes unit, returns in a novel that might have been titled "Nevermore,": focused as it is on the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe. When the body of a two-decades-old skeleton is found bricked up behind a wall in a soon-to-be-demolished building where Poe once lived, it looks like a very cold case indeed. But then that old murder is linked to a more current slaying, one that at first looks like the work of the Silk Stocking Rapist, Alex's old enemy, who terrorized the upper East Side of Manhattan several years ago but hasn't been heard from since. As usual, Alex and her good friends, detectives Mercer Wallace and Mike Chapman, take the reader to an area of New York most tourists never see--in this case, the Bronx Botanical Gardens and its wild, forested environs--and bring it dramatically to life. Just in case Poe ever has his own category on Alex's favorite TV show, thereā‚‚s enough trivia included about the master of the macabre's life and work to propel any reader to Final Jeopardy. Entombed is a smart, stylish, well-told tale."

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  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Legal stories"@en
  • "Legal stories"
  • "Detective and mystery fiction."
  • "Mystery fiction."@en
  • "Mystery fiction."
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Detective and mystery stories."
  • "Detective and mystery stories."@en
  • "Large type books."
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  • "Detective and mystery stories"
  • "Detective and mystery stories"@en
  • "Legal stories."
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  • "Entombed: a novel /"@en
  • "Entombed Book 7"@en
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  • "Entombed"
  • "Entombed. Bk. 7 /"@en
  • "Entombed."@en
  • "Entombed."

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