The Girl in the Glass: A McCabe and Savage Thriller

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Product Details

Price
$17.99
Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.8 X 1.0 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062435163

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About the Author

James Hayman is the New York Times bestselling author of the McCabe and Savage thrillers The Cutting, The Chill of Night, Darkness First, and The Girl in the Glass, which combined have sold more than half a million copies.

Reviews

"A deplorable villain, tantalizing characters, and a hint of romance mix with the twists. What more could a reader ask for? One hopes that Hayman will continue this gripping series." -- Library Journal (starred review) on DARKNESS FIRST

"Hayman creates an intricate plot, engaging regulars, and suspects that are convincing. The suspense is pulse lifting. This is a well crafted thriller written to satisfy both men and women." -- Providence Journal on THE CHILL OF NIGHT

"Taut, deft and with a delicate sense of place, this is supremely accomplished storytelling--not just another depiction of a serial killer rampage." -- Daily Mail (London) on THE CUTTING

"In THE CUTTING, [Hayman] gives readers a suspenseful police procedural whirling around a character who has the brains, courage and human concern to be the reader's hero from start to finish." -- Portland Press Herald on THE CUTTING

"What makes this novel stand out from other mysteries is the strong character based story with many twists and turns." -- Blackfive.net on DARKNESS FIRST

"Hayman's pacing is perfect....THE CUTTING is an unsettling thriller, not because Portland and the state have a history of madmen killing strangers on a rampage. What's frightening is that Hayman makes it seem possible, even probable" -- Bangor Daily News on THE CUTTING

"The author had me guessing to the end. His plot crafting made me think of Martin Cruz Smith and Scott Turow at their best." -- Portland Press Herald on THE GIRL IN THE GLASS