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Rarely has an American novel packed such a powerful one-two punch of classic crime narrative and authentic foreign intrigue as does Joseph Koenig's new thriller, Brides of Blood, which...

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This edition of book was issued in Mass Market Paperback. The volume of the ebook is 336 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "Brides of Blood" was published in 1993.

Original Title
Brides of Blood
ISBN13
9780380722587
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1993 year
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Mass Market Paperback
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English
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336 pages
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Rarely has an American novel packed such a powerful one-two punch of classic crime narrative and authentic foreign intrigue as does Joseph Koenig's new thriller, Brides of Blood, which features a mesmerizing glimpse inside the seething cauldron of corruption that is post-revolutionary Iran. The Detective: Darius Bakhtiar, formerly a promising young prosecutor under the Sha Rarely has an American novel packed such a powerful one-two punch of classic crime narrative and authentic foreign intrigue as does Joseph Koenig's new thriller, Brides of Blood, which features a mesmerizing glimpse inside the seething cauldron of corruption that is post-revolutionary Iran. The Detective: Darius Bakhtiar, formerly a promising young prosecutor under the Shah, trained in an American law school, now the grizzled chief of Homicide for the National Police.

A man with a sense of right and wrong but with a smudge on his record. Was it murder or justifiable homicide? The Murder: On a hellish summer night, a young woman is discovered on a bench in a residential area of Teheran, shot point-blank in the head.

The coroner informs Bakhtiar of his opinion: She did not die from the bullet wound. The chief of Homicide pursues his investigation with a drug connection in mind. The Komiteh: A brutal paramilitary organization of religious vigilantes charged with enforcing strict Islamic code, it holds the entire population in a viselike grip.

Its number two man in the Iranian capital, a young administrator named Bijan - equal parts ambition, ferocity, and zeal - focuses, curiously, on the investigation. Evin Prison: The point of no return for enemies of the regime. A real-life Midnight Express where prisoners routinely beg for the deliverance of death.

From the Shiite guerrilla training camps of southern Lebanon to inside the walls of the world's most infamous torture chamber; from the teeming bazaar of Teheran to the supernal calm of the sweltering holy city of Qom...Brides of Blood, rich in atmosphere and bristling with suspense, hurtles to a stunning conclusion that confirms Joseph Koenig's reputation as a new master of the international crime thriller.

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About Author

Joseph Koenig is an author of hard-boiled fiction. A former crime reporter, he won critical acclaim and an Edgar nomination for his first novel, Floater (1986), a grimly violent story of con men, cops, and killers in the Florida Everglades. His next two novels were Little Odessa (1988), a darkly comic tale of life in New York's Ukrainian underworld, and Smugglers Notch (1989), a story of brutal mu Joseph Koenig is an author of hard-boiled fiction.

A former crime reporter, he won critical acclaim and an Edgar nomination for his first novel, Floater (1986), a grimly violent story of con men, cops, and killers in the Florida Everglades. His next two novels were Little Odessa (1988), a darkly comic tale of life in New York's Ukrainian underworld, and Smugglers Notch (1989), a story of brutal murder in snowbound Vermont. Koenig's fourth novel, the groundbreaking Brides of Blood (1993), won strong reviews for its elegant treatment of police procedure in Islamic Iran.

For nearly two decades after Brides of Blood, Koenig did not publish. But in 2012 the pulp-style publishing house Hard Case Crime released his newest novel, False Negative, a rollicking mystery about a journalist who, like Koenig once did, writes for true-crime magazines.

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