BLINDMAN’S BLUFF by Faye Kellerman

THE LOST BOYS by Faye Kellerman – January 12, 2021

Blindman's Bluff (Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus, #18)

Peter Decker is awakened in the middle of the night by a phone call to alert him of multiple murder scene of high profile family. Guy and Gillian Kaffey are both kill along with a maid and two bodyguards. Two more guards are missing. Gill Kaffey is severely wounded. Meanwhile Rina is doing jury duty. She overhears a conversation about the killings and becomes interested in the case. Decker is not happy about Rina’s involvement.

A task is form to solve the murders and Decker is in charge. The search for a solution takes the task force to Mexico and Northern California. There are updates on what all our friends doing.

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3 Responses to BLINDMAN’S BLUFF by Faye Kellerman

  1. Carla says:

    Have you read the full series Betty. I have several on my tablet, but haven’t read any yet.

    • Yes, I have the full series.I would recommend reading the first first so you will understand the later books. The MC is a jew and she married the cop who safe her. The rest of the booksfollow there lfe. I waslooking at her books thinking I would buy one. Most libraries probably have most of the books. I have read all of her husbands books.

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