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on July 12, 2011 :
J.A. Konrath for the LGBT community
Like Konrath's heroine, Wallen's Jamie Davenport is a strong-willed police officer, but in A Blade Away officer Davenport faces a case like nothing her Chicago counterpart has ever seen. Someone is stalking Louisville's crossdressing community, but with a motive far more dark and complex than mere malice.
With her 'fabulous' partner and a colorful supporting cast, Davenport must race against an unreasonable deadline set by her narrow-minded chief to catch a serial killer bent on something much more significant than murder.
Wallen weaves a complex and engaging tale with this thriller, and even the killer is sympathetic at times. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested something beyond the run-of-the-mill detective novel.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)