The Mystery Bookshelf, where you can discover a world of mystery and suspense, is pleased to feature a new crime novel we recently received from the publisher.
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Lie in the Dark by Dan Fesperman
A Vlado Petric Mystery (1st in series)
Soho Crime (Trade Paperback)
Publication Date: March 2012
About Lie in the Dark (from the publisher): Vlado Petric is a homicide investigator in war-torn Sarajevo. When he encounters an unidentified body near "sniper alley", he realizes that it is the body of Esmir Vitas, chief of the Interior Ministry's special police, and that Vitas has been killed not by any sniper's aim but by a bullet fired at almost pointblank range. Searching for the killer in this "city of murderers," Petric finds himself drawn into a conspiracy, the scope of which goes beyond anything he could possibly have imagined.
Lie in the Dark was originally published in 1999 and was the winner of the CWA New Blood Dagger Award.
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About the author: Dan Fesperman is a former foreign correspondent for the Baltimore Sun and the author of eight novels of international intrigue. In addition to his Dagger Award, he was recognized with The Hammett Prize in 2006 for The Prisoner of Guantanamo. For more information about the author and his books, visit his website at DanFesperman.com.
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