The Street Where She Lived

The Street Where She Lived

Book - 1998
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Baker & Taylor
A serial killer with a penchant for his victim's eyes is on the loose in New York's East Village, and reporter Michael Carpo is hot on the trail when his neighbor Cheryl Street is murdered, and as he digs for clues, he find that things are not what they seem and is plunged into a nightmare world where he is the next target.

Blackwell North Amer
Michael Carpo cruises Manhattan for the pulse-pounding stories that have made him one of the top field producers in television news. For his latest assignment Carpo doesn't have far to travel. A serial killer has been preying on young, vulnerable women in his East Village neighborhood - a killer whose bizarre obsession for his victims' eyes, and the manner in which he removes them, has earned him the nickname, The Sandman.
When Carpo discovers that the latest victim, a beautiful flight attendant named Cheryl Street, lived on his block, he persuades Channel 8 to let him investigate her life and final days. But as he begins to interview the people who knew Cheryl best, Carpo finds himself plagued with troubling, unanswered questions that haunt him in ways that are intimate, disturbing, and dangerous. Who was Cheryl Street? Why did she lie about her place of birth? About the identity of her parents, her friends, her enemies, and her lovers? And what secrets does her wealthy, obsessive boyfriend harbor?
Soon, the clues that Carpo so desperately seeks appear in anonymous letters, in veiled threats, and finally, in the discovery of The Sandman's latest victim. Now, as the police share explosive information and even offer him a chance to trap the East Village Killer, Carpo finds himself crossing the line of journalistic ethics - tracking the one player in this story he hasn't yet met: the killer that's coming after him.

Baker
& Taylor

A serial killer with a penchant for his victim's eyes is on the loose in New York's East Village, and reporter Michael Carpo is hot on the trail when his neighbor Cheryl Street is murdered, but he finds that things are not what they seem and is plunged into a nightmare world where he is the next target

Publisher: New York : Kensington, c1998.
ISBN: 9781575662701
1575662701
Branch Call Number: M MIA
Characteristics: 295 p. ; 19 cm.

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