The Bronx Cross Murders
by James Darwin and Barbara Moore
After a long career with the NYPD, Stan Goldman is looking forward to retirement, hoping he can get through the next few years quietly. Then, a young woman is found crucified naked in an abandoned warehouse in the Bronx. Who would commit such an abominable act and why? It's Stan's job to find out and that isn't made any easier by the fact that his regular partner is about to leave on vacation and he is assigned a replacement, Barbara Moore, a young female detective, new to the job. Can they put their very different backgrounds and personalities aside and solve this case? Read this heart-stopping tale and find out.
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James Darwin, a scientist by training, writes stories about the harsh judicial punishment of disobedient females.
Barbara Moore is a writer who enjoys setting her stories in real historical contexts in which her characters find themselves in unexpected peril.
Great adventure story. Lots of twists and turns. Worth a read. A bit more descriptive sex would have enhanced each character. 5 out of 5 (Fred)