Johansen’s fifth Eve Duncan novel. Blind Alley, steps into the supernatural but lands squarely in the absurd. The thirtysomething forensic sculptor still puts a face to victims for the Atlanta PD. But this time, as she recrafts the obliterated visage of a murdered woman, she realizes it’s identical to her adopted daughter Jane. A serial killer stalks the precocious teen?who (stick with me here) may be the reincarnation of an ancient Roman slave named Cira. Meanwhile, Duncan still battles old demons: the unresolved death of her daughter Bonnie and the tense relationship with her old shoe of a boyfriend Joe. Those plotlines, at least, still intrigue.
Blind Alley Johansen's fifth Eve Duncan novel. Blind Alley, steps into the supernatural but lands squarely in the absurd. The thirtysomething forensic...Blind AlleyFiction, Mystery and ThrillerIris Johansen Johansen's fifth Eve Duncan novel. Blind Alley, steps into the supernatural but lands squarely in the absurd. The thirtysomething forensic...2004-09-17Bantam
Genre: Fiction, Mystery and Thriller; Author: Iris Johansen; Publisher: Bantam
Posted September 17 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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