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Black Maps (“A stunner, a great debut roaring out of the gate”—Newsday) . . . Death’s Little Helpers (“Breaks new ground in detective fiction”—The Washington Post) . . . and now Red Cat, the third riveting installment in Peter Spiegelman’s thrilling series of novels featuring the brooding New York City_private investigator John March.
With a troubled past and a job that attracts too much attention from the law, March has always been the black sheep of his_staid merchant-banking family. Which makes the identity of his_latest client_all the more_surprising: his smug older brother David.
David is desperate and deeply scared, and with good reason: a woman he met on the Internet, and then for several torrid sexual encounters, is stalking him. David knows her only as Wren, but she seems to know everything about him—and she’s threatening to tell all to his wife and his_colleagues. His marriage,_his career, and his reputation at stake, David wants John to find this woman and warn_her_off. Reeling from these revelations, John begins the search for Wren, and what he discovers both alarms and fascinates him. Part actress, part playwright, part performance-artist and noir pornographer, Wren is a powerfully compelling mystery—though no more so, John discovers, than his own brother.
But when a body surfaces in the East River, March suddenly finds he’s no longer searching_for a stalker. Now he’s_hunting a killer—and following_a trail that leads ever closer to David’s door. . . .