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The Goldfish Bowl (A Willows & Parker Mystery)

by Laurence Gough

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A sniper is on the loose in Vancouver. The victims seem to have nothing in common, and include a woman out on a Friday night, a Greek widow on her way back from work, and a gay taxi driver. It looks as if the killer is choosing his victims randomly until one of the officers in charge of the investigation is killed. The case takes on a whole new direction, and detectives Parker and Willows must work together to trace the clues which the killer leaves at the crime scenes. Can they find him before anyone else dies?
In this thriller set in Vancouver, an elusive killer chooses his victims at random. Jack Willows and his new partner, Claire Parker, are assigned the case, and discover through the killer's carefully planted clues that he is playing with them, leading them to the scene of his next shooting. ( )
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An elusive serial sniper is on the loose in the dark, rain-swept streets of Vancouver. Maverick veteran detective Jack Willows and his new partner, the beautiful Claire Parker, are assigned to bring him – or her – in. But the case takes an unexpected and dangerous turn when the detectives discover that the sniper’s victims aren’t as random as originally thought . . . and that the sniper seems to know their every move before they make it.

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