Flashpoint

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HarperCollinsPublisher, 1995 - Fiction - 323 pages
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/HIGHTOWER LYNN; A/ Handcuffed to the wheel of his car, he is doused with gasoline and set on fire. Police Specialist Sonora Blair of the Cincinnati Homicide Division is awakened in the middle of the night with an urgent summons to take a deathbed statement. The victim can hardly speak, but he gives Sonora one key detail--the psycho who commited this gruesome crime is a woman.

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Hightower, whose Satan's Lambs (1993) won a Shamus Award for best first p.i. novel, shows an equally gritty mastery of the police procedural with this tale of homicide cop Sonora Blair, one tough ... Read full review

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Sonora Blair, a Cincinnati homicide detective and single mother of two, is summoned in the middle of the night to the scene of a particularly gruesome murder. There, a naked, hideously burned young ... Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Lynn Hightower studied creative writing at the University of Kentucky and holds a degree in journalism. She lives in Tennessee.

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