By Jeffery Deaver
Whilst a tender girl is located brutally murdered in a parking storage, with a veritable mountain of capability proof to sift via, it can be the main tough case former NYPD detective Lincoln Rhyme has ever taken on.
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A Textbook Case (A Lincoln Rhyme Short Story) by Jeffery Deaver