HydeBook - 1997
"Detective Brian McKenna is back from his bureaucratic desk job to his old Manhattan beat. He barely has a chance to readjust to the fast-paced life of a detective before he is assigned to investigate the death of a homeless man - who seems to have frozen in his sleep." "Although it's one of New York's coldest winters, the mounting cases of homeless deaths are a mystery. Working with Maureen Kaplowitz, an older detective with an intuitive sense, McKenna discovers an odd coincidence: Many of the deaths classified "by natural causes" have been homeless men infected with the HIV virus." "McKenna suspects a murderer is at work, targeting the most forgotten members of society. To stop the killings, he must uncover the killer's identity - hinted at in a letter he signs "Hyde" - his deeply personal motive, his meticulous method, and the shocking secrets of his past."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c1997.
Characteristics: 358 pages ;,24 cm.