The Murder Room

The Murder Room

In Which Three of the Greatest Detectives Use Forensic Science to Solve the World's Most Perplexing Cold Cases

Book - 2011
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Thrilling, true tales from the Vidocq Society, a team of the world's finest forensic investigators whose monthly gourmet lunches lead to justice in ice-cold murders.

'Terrifying, engrossing, inspirational and surprisingly funny.' Kirkus Reviews

Three of the world's greatest detectives - a renowned former FBI agent, a forensic sculptor and an eccentric profiler known as 'the living Sherlock Holmes' - were distraught at the growing number of unsolved murders. And so William Fleisher, Frank Bender and Richard Walter pledged themselves to a quest for justice.

They invited the finest collection of forensic minds ever assembled, drawn from five continents, to bring the hidden killers of the world to account. Named after the first detective - Eugene Francois Vidocq - the Vidocq Society meets monthly to solve a cold case.

The Murder Room paints a chilling picture as the three partners travel far and wide to hunt - among countless others - the ruthless killers of a millionaire's son, a serial killer who carves off faces, and a child killer enjoying fifty years of freedom and dark fantasy.

Bestselling author Michael Capuzzo brings to life a world of dazzling forensic science, evil as old as the Bible and at its centre a group of passionate detectives - inspired by their own wounded hearts to make a stand for truth, goodness and justice in a world gone mad.

'Once again Michael Capuzzo shows he is one of our most brilliant storytellers. The Murder Room is a gripping page turner, masterfully drawn and full of truth, dedication and darkness.' Michael Connelly , New York Times bestselling author of Nine Dragons

'Superb and tantalizing...... impossible to forget.' Stephen White, New York Times bestselling author of The Siege

'Some of the most exciting detective work I've ever read...... ' John Walsh, host of America's Most Wanted

Publisher: London : Michael Joseph, 2011.
ISBN: 9780718146658
0718146654
Characteristics: xvi, 439 p. ; 24 cm.

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