Baker & Taylor Seattle detective Lou Boldt draws on the most sophisticated forensic and psychological tools of police investigation to search for the insanely clever killer responsible for a series of poisonings targeting seemingly random victims throughout the city
Blackwell North Amer Seattle police detective Lou Boldt and police psychologist Daphne Matthews (seen previously in Pearson's Undercurrents and The Angel Maker) return in No Witnesses to confront the most challenging case of their careers. People are dying throughout Seattle - victims of a madman who is placing poisoned food in neighborhood supermarkets. But the criminal is intelligent: he writes the police chilling extortion letters - faxed directly from a laptop computer over public telephone lines - and retrieves his ransom electronically, through automatic teller machines in hundreds of locations around the city. And while he is a murderer, his crimes take place miles and often days away from his innocent victims' demise.
Baker & Taylor The return of Lou Boldt, from the best-selling Undercurrents, finds the Seattle police detective using advanced psychology and forensic tools to catch a crazed extortionist who is randomly poisoning the citizens of Seattle. 75,000 first printing. Tour.