In Creole Belle by James Lee Burke, Dave Robicheaux is in the hospital when a young singer visits him and leaves an iPod containing her songs … but did she? The young singer and her sister have been missing for weeks and her sister is found floating in a block of ice in the Gulf of Mexico. On the other side of town, psycho sidekick, Clete, has his own problems with a killer he thinks may be his own flesh and blood.
In Never Tell by Alafair Burke, N.Y.P.D. Homicide Detective Ellie Hatcher, and her partner J.J. Rogan are called to the scene of what appears to be a suicide. A sixteen-year-old with an eating disorder slashes her wrists in the bathtub and even leaves a suicide note. When the wealthy parents of the deceased use their money and connections to bring an investigation, Ellie soon realizes that there’s more to this case than meets the eye.
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