Publisher description for No witnesses : a novel / Ridley Pearson.
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Entertainment Weekly has called Pearson "a thinking person's Robert Ludlum." In his latest book, Seattle police detective Lou Boldt and police psychologist Daphne Matthews of his previous books return to confront an ingenious, technologically savvy madman who places poisoned food in neighborhood supermarkets and retrieves his ransom electronically. No crime scene. No witnesses.
"Pearson builds a maze around us as he goes along, until we are utterly and brilliantly trapped, and he keeps us constantly making wrong guesses without once cheating us. No Witnesses is a good, solid, expertly-crafted novel." --The Mystery Review
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Boldt, Lou (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Matthews, Daphne (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Police -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Fiction.
Poisoners -- Fiction.
Seattle (Wash.) -- Fiction.