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Title
Dark hollow : a novel / John Connolly.
Author
Publication Info.
New York : Pocket Star Books, 2002.
Rating

Copies/Volumes
LocationCall No.Status
 Alafaya MYS CON  Check Shelves
 Orlando Public Library (Downtown) - Library Central MYS CON  Checked Out
Description
504 p. ; 17 cm.
Summary
Grieving over the murder of his family, private detective Charlie "Bird" Parker returns to Maine in search of refuge, and becomes caught up in the murders of a young mother and her child.
Subject
Private investigators -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.
Serial murders -- Fiction.
Ex-police officers -- Fiction.
Genre
Suspense fiction.
Subject
Maine -- Fiction.
Mystery and detective stories.
ISBN
074341022X
9780743410229 : $7.99
0743203321 : $25.00
Charlie 'Bird' Parker novels
1. Every dead thing
2. Dark hollow

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