By Ed McBain
Eighty-six-year-old George Lasser used to be the superintendent of a development within the 87th Precinct until eventually only in the near past. regrettably his tenure resulted in the building’s basement with a pointy, heavy blade of an ax in his head…
There aren't any witnesses, no suspects, and no clues. The spouse and son? They’re either a bit off-kilter, yet they've got alibis. simply whilst Carella and Hawes are approximately to place the case at the shelf, the killer moves back. Now the detectives are sizzling at the path of a guy loopy sufficient to homicide with an ax.
One of the 87th Precinct series’ best installments, Ax is a pointy, extreme crime mystery that's vintage Ed McBain. the hot York instances hails it as “the better of today’s police stories—lively, creative, convincing, suspenseful, and entirely satisfactory.”
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