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"Witty, sophisticated, suspenseful and endless fun...the best first novel I've read this year." - Washington Post. The man who calls himself David Loogan is hoping to escape a violent past by living a quiet, anonymous life in Ann Arbor, Michigan. But when he's hired as an editor at a mystery magazine, he is drawn into an affair with the sleek blond wife of the publisher, Tom Kristoll - a man who soon turns up dead. Elizabeth Waishkey is the most talented detective in the Ann Arbor Police Department, but even she doesn't know if Loogan is a killer or an ally who might help her find the truth. As more deaths start mounting up - some of them echoing stories published in the magazine - it's up to Elizabeth to solve both the murders and the mystery of Loogan himself.
Harry Dolan graduated from Colgate University where he studied fiction writing with the novelist Frederick Busch. Currently working as a freelance editor, he lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he is at work on the sequel to Bad Things Happen.