George R. Hopkins

Letters from the Dead

"I wrote Letters from the Dead as a true mystery-puzzle to solve while navigating
sub-plots and twists to entertain, surprise and enlighten the reader along the way."
-- George R. Hopkins


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Set against the background of the hunt for the serial killer Lex Talionis, Letters From the Dead sports a cast of larger-than-life characters: hard-nosed, hot-headed New York City Detective Tom Cavanaugh; Cavanaugh’s half-brother, Jack Bennis, a Jesuit priest with a checkered past; a 90-year-old woman in a nursing home guarding deadly secrets; and a serial killer bent on revenge for the cyber-bullying suicide of his daughter.

Together, in this fast-paced mystery-thriller, they confront a wide array of physical, emotional, and psychological conflicts—including anger, aging, marriage, pregnancy, love...and murder.

 An Exciting Page Turner

Albert Balossi – October 25, 2013

For me this book was a definite page turner.  The characters are vivid and complex, while the plot twists and turns weave a fine web of mystery and gripping suspense.  I have read Mr. Hopkins' two earlier novels and find this one an excellent sequel to them both.  I recommend it highly.

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