The Stalking of Sheilah Quinn (G K Hall Large Print Book Series (Cloth)) [LARGE PRINT] by Jeremiah Healy

Jeremiah Healy is the creator of the John Francis Cuddy private-investigator series and (under the pseudonym "Terry Devane") the Mairead O'Clare legal-thriller series, both set primarily in Boston.

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The Stalking of Sheilah Quinn (G K Hall Large Print Book Series (Cloth)) [LARGE PRINT] by Jeremiah Healy


Features

  • Hardcover: 543 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.14 x 9.43 x 6.32
  • Publisher: G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (January 1999)
  • ISBN: 0783804318


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    Before he quit his job to become the author of the excellent John Cuddy private-eye series, Jeremiah Healy was a law professor in his native Boston. In his first excursion beyond the Cuddy canon, Healy uses that background to give perfect pitch to this story about a top defense attorney stalked by the same creepy client she got off on murder charges. Quinn herself is an interesting combination of strength and vulnerability, and the stalker--a wealthy psychotic named Arthur Ketterson IV--is one of the most frightening fictional heavies of recent memory. Most of the Cuddy books--
    Act of God, Blunt Darts, Foursome, Invasion of Privacy, The Only Good Lawyer, Rescue, Right to Die, Shallow Graves, The Staked Goat, and Yesterday's News--are available in paperback. --Dick Adler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.



    Reader Reviews
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: NOT NEARLY AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS, August 31, 2001 Reviewer: GhiddyZ from ohio Wow this could have been a great book. Wow this book is painfully medicore. It should have been simple. A crazed killer set free stalking the gorgeous female attorney who set him free. Instead they muddy it up with rapidly switching viewpoints from NINE differect characters (and we're talking liek three paragraphs between viewpoints) and a totally ridiculous plot with the father of the murdered girl going psycho at the end, and by the time you're through reading you feel like you wasted time. Don't get this book. Read a John Sandford novel instead. Man this book could have been great.. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title

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