Présentation de l'éditeur
Set amidst the upheaval and smoldering chaos of the Detroit riots of 1967, this story unfolds in a real place at a real time. These riots created a terrible fissure in the social fabric of that city engulfing ordinary people and spinning the normal patterns of life into a downward spiral. Shadow of Death is a story that could happen to any of us, especially those who believe their world and all they cherish will hold together no matter what.
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"The suspense is riveting and the pacing masterful. This book will keep you gasping for breath." Michael Palmer, author of eleven best-selling novels, including "The Society"
"Shadow of Death" portrays an accurate picture of Detroit during that tough year of 1967. It is realistic, gruesome and stunning, almost shocking in it's detail." David Poremba, Manager, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library, and author of "Michigan"
"Dark secrets, shady characters, fear and frustration, and a plot that races along like a runaway gurney in a hospital corridor. "Shadow of Death" really scared me! A really good scare. I may just read it again." Don Bruns, best selling author of "Barbados Heat"
"There is a grand tradition of physicians who write books that sell. And sell. Dr. Gussin now joins their ranks." James Brady, New York Times best-selling author of "The Marine"
"A riveting, non-stop suspense novel from newcomer Patricia Gussin. Gussin taps into the deepest fears of women and places them artfully in the world of 1960's Detroit. I look forward to seeing what comes next from this author." Judy Clemens, author of "Till the Cows Come Home", nominated for Anthony and Agatha Awards
"A very promising novel about a little-explored incident about which this author knows a great deal." Stuart Kaminsky, best-selling author, Edgar Winner for Best Novel and Mystery Writers of America 2006 Grand Master Award