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by Carol O'Connell

Author: Carol O'Connell
Subcategory: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Hutchinson; First Edition edition (2002)
Pages: 384 pages
Category: Suspense and Mystery
Rating: 4.8
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Kathy Mallory has become the fictional personification of New York City. Titles by Carol O’Connell.

Kathy Mallory has become the fictional personification of New York City. And it’s all due to the rock-solid writing talents of Carol O’Connell, America’s answer to Ruth Rendell. O’Connell is that rare mystery/thriller writer who finds complex characters to be as important as intricate plots. O’Connell plunges deep into the minds of all her characters. Once hooked, readers will gladly surrender to O’Connell’s narrative wiles.

Carol O'Connell (born May 26, 1947, in New York) is an author of crime fiction, with a large series of crime books focusing around the character Kathy Mallory. The first book of eleven novels about Mallory is Mallory's Oracle, which was sent to England, where it was successfully auctioned in Europe. When it was brought back to the United States, it was widely sought-after.

Carol O'Connell succeeds triumphantly, once again, in creating an intriguing crime scenario and also an engaging . From one of the most acclaimed crime writers in America comes her most astonishing novel: a story of love, loss, death-and discovery.

Carol O'Connell succeeds triumphantly, once again, in creating an intriguing crime scenario and also an engaging group of characters, all damaged in their own different ways, who pursue their destinies in a city that is both darkly dangerous and resilient to disaster. After bringing in a unanimous and very dubious acquittal in a murder case, only three of the original jurors remain alive. Over the course of eight novels, Carol O'Connell and her protagonist, New York detective Kathy Mallory, have carved out a unique place for themselves.

Carol O’Connell Crime School For the Teachers Thelma Rantilla once said, ‘Every child, at the age often, should be dropped on its head in the center of New York City and forced to find its own way home

Carol O’Connell Crime School For the Teachers Thelma Rantilla once said, ‘Every child, at the age often, should be dropped on its head in the center of New York City and forced to find its own way home. Thus, this school teacher put a dull knife into the heart of every parent – and twisted it – slowly. For this and additional outrages, she became my personal hero

Carol O'Connell succeeds triumphantly, once again, in creating an intriguing crime scenario and also an engaging group of characters, all damaged in their own different ways, who pursue their destinies in a city that is both darkly dangerous and resilient to disaster.

a genuine anti-anti-anti heroine. And O'Connell's writing is moody and rough - kind of like its been-in-New York setting.

Carol O’Connell Crime School. Thelma Rantilla once said, ‘Every child, at the age often, should be dropped on its head in the center of New York City and forced to find its own way home. For this and additional outrages, she became my personal hero. However, because she went everywhere in a rarified air of distraction, I believed she had no idea that I was on the planet. The last time I saw her, she was carrying a carton with the year’s end debris of papers and books.

Author: Carol O’Connell. On a hot August afternoon, in an East Side apartment, a woman is found hanged. By some cruel miracle, the victim lives, but remains in a com. allory does not recognise her immediately. The blue eyes are undisguised by mascara and purple shadow.

Over the course of six novels, Carol O'Connell has become one of our most acclaimed writers of suspense. Her heroine, Kathy Mallory, is "stunningly unique" ("Milwaukee Journal Sentinel"). O'Connell conjures up a world of almost Faulkerian richness and complexity," said "People," and the "Chicago Tribune" wrote simply, "O'Connell has raised the standard for psychological t Over the course of six novels, Carol O'Connell has become one of our most acclaimed writers of suspense.

Ritual hanging and Detective Kathy Mallory. Haunting memories of life on the streets.