The Button Man

The Button Man The Button Man takes a button when he takes a victim And he takes a victim whenever he wants The authorities don t know he exists though he leaves them ample evidence of his existence They just don t

  • Title: The Button Man
  • Author: Wayne DePriest
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Button Man takes a button when he takes a victim And he takes a victim whenever he wants The authorities don t know he exists, though he leaves them ample evidence of his existence They just don t see it.As a rookie patrolman, Detective Dan Finney met The Button Man in Maria Kuroshchepova s apartment Finney discovered her body, tucked neatly into her bed A decadeThe Button Man takes a button when he takes a victim And he takes a victim whenever he wants The authorities don t know he exists, though he leaves them ample evidence of his existence They just don t see it.As a rookie patrolman, Detective Dan Finney met The Button Man in Maria Kuroshchepova s apartment Finney discovered her body, tucked neatly into her bed A decade later the case is still unsolved and Detective Finney has seen the handiwork of The Button Man again and again without knowing it.Saddled with a partner who seems hellbent on destroying both their careers and a girlfriend who just might take what sanity he has left, Finney gradually becomes aware of a sinister force loose in the city, a man who has gotten away with murder time and time again As the picture of The Button Man becomes clearer, Finney comes face to face with his worst nightmare.

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    1. Let me preface this by saying: this is a great book.What Mr. DePriest has managed to do is craft a wonderful murder-mystery tale in the vein of ye olde pulp tales of yore, filtered through a modern lens of gritty, life-on-the-street buddy-cop fiction. The narrative takes its time, never attempting to over-do itself, always showing *just* the right amount to keep you guessing the whole way through.On the technical side, just by reading it you can tell the enormous amount of effort put in to the c [...]

    2. I enjoyed reading The Button Man, not only once, but twice. The characters were well developed, the dialogue was well written and there were even a few pearls of wisdom thrown in here and there. I have enjoyed reading some of Mr DePriest's other works and expected a lot from this story. I was not disappointed. If you want to read a story about a wily serial killer and a dedicated detective who match wits and ride a plot twist through to the end, this is your book.

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