Light Before Day

Light Before Day

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Abruptly fired while pursuing a career-making story and scarred by a failed relationship, young journalist Adam Murphy is left adrift in West Hollywood, until he encounters mystery novelist James Wilton, with whom he follows a dark and deadly trail of sexual perversion, vengeance, and murder as they investigate the disappearances of a number of young gay men. Reprint.

Simon and Schuster
In West Hollywood, journalist Adam Murphy is abruptly fired while chasing a career-making story. A Marine pilot is killed when his helicopter spirals into the Pacific Ocean -- and Adam suspects the death was not accidental. Battling his own demons in a city of temptations, Adam pursues the truth alongside his new boss, a famous curmudgeonly mystery writer, and discovers more than he planned about his recently estranged lover, a string of murders of other young men -- and a conspiracy so extraordinary that it threatens his sanity and his life. With a talent for creating suspense-tinged fiction that is "chillingly perverse" (USA Today) and "vivid and intense" (The Boston Globe), Christopher Rice delivers a dark thriller of revenge and sexual obsession.

Publisher: New York : Pocket Star, 2007, c2005
ISBN: 9780743470407
0743470400
Characteristics: 472 p. ; 18 cm

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FavouriteFiction Sep 30, 2009

When journalist Adam Murphy discovers that his estranged lover is missing he begins to suspect that a serial killer may be preying on young gay men.

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