Saturday, December 04, 2010

Pg. 69: Leighton Gage's "Every Bitter Thing"

This weekend's feature at the Page 69 Test: Every Bitter Thing: A Chief Inspector Mario Silva Investigation Set in Brazil by Leighton Gage.

About the book, from the publisher:
The son of the Foreign Minister to Venezuela is found dead in his apartment. Due to the political nature of the crime, Chief Inspector Mario Silva of Brazil's Federal Police is called in to investigate. As he delves deeper into the murder, he discovers that a chain of murders have occurred throughout Brazil, all with the same MO: victims are first shot in the stomach, then brutally beaten to death, and they were all passengers on TAB flight 8101 from Miami to Sao Paulo. What sinister motive connects these killings? And why does it appear that a fifteen-year-old boy, also a passenger on that flight who was later raped and killed in prison, is at the heart of it all?
Read more about Every Bitter Thing.

Visit Leighton Gage's website and the Murder is Everywhere blog.

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--Marshal Zeringue