CHELSEA BLUES RODERICK COOPER The Capital Murders started on a Saturday night in the heart of London's West End. And as the week wore on, they continued. They terrified the tourists as they shopped in Oxford Street, walked in royal parks and lunched on Tower Hill. They worried Detective Chief Inspector Tom Baxter. Nearing the end of a busy career, he was not yet ready for his roses and Gilbert and Sullivan. The killings were to be his last case. They angered Sergeant Steve Franklin from the Los Angeles Police Department. His brother-in-law had been one of the victims, and he wasn't going home until he caught the killer - or until the killer caught him.They saddened Harry King, crime correspondent from The Globe, He'd seen it all, from freeloading lunches to air disasters, and he was growing tired. They made Kevin Tommey sit up and take notice. Fresh from the provinces, he wanted his first front page story - but hopefully, not his last.But they excited Stanley Dunn. Lonely, introverted, and caught in the midseason melancholy they called the Chelsea Blues, he wanted action. And once he found it, he didn't want to stop . . . Jacket design: David Griffiths
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Descripción Robert Hale Limited, London, 1984. Hard. Estado de conservación: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine. First Edition. Small light stain to rear of DJ, else an excellent first edition. Size: 8vo 0.0. Nº de ref. de la librería 000233