Diamond Eye

Diamond Eye

Book - 2001
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Max Diamond debuts in "Diamond Eye," Arthur Rosenfeld's follow-up to "A Cure for Gravity."
Max Diamond has had better days. He's stuck in the mire of a child porn- snuff film-ring investigation when he receives a call that one of his old Yale buddies is dead. And the call comes from his sexy and sultry, one-time lover Phayle. Who can think of love at a time like this?
Max Diamond can.
But as Diamond delves deeper into the twisted and repulsive porn world, he begins to consider the suicides of his affluent and successful collegemates: a stellar woodworker killed by a power tool? a classical music affecionado electrocuted while listening to rock-n-roll? Something's not adding up.
This wild and unforgiving ride can only be captained by whom? Who can control and make sense of this? Of snuff films, exploited children, secret societies, Miami drug cartels? Of Shining Path guerillas, and (thankfully at least) Grandma's cabbage rolls?
Max Diamond can.
And Diamond does.
Publisher: New York : Forge, 2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312878719
Branch Call Number: ROS
Characteristics: 320 p.


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