Hot Lights, Cold Steel: Book Two in the Dub Walker Series by D P LyleHot Lights, Cold Steel: Book Two in the Dub Walker Series by D P Lyle

Hot Lights, Cold Steel: Book Two in the Dub Walker Series

byD P Lyle

Hardcover | June 11, 2011

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Forensic criminalist Dub Walker is once again called upon when an old friend enlists his help in finding her 19-year-old daughter. When the bodies of two young women show up in a shallow grave, one of whom is the daughter, Dub is back to work and hard at it. Soon other bodies start turning up in similar graves, and each victim has undergone multiple, highly technical surgical procedures requiring extremely sophisticated equipment. Who would have access to such state-of-the-art instruments and the skill to perform the complex surgeries? The ensuing trail of terror and bodies that leads Dub to Talbert Biomedical-a surgical instrument manufacturing company operated by a business tycoon and a surgeon-is a horrifying breech of ethics and human decency. It's too gruesome to even contemplate what was done to the victims before they died. To catch a killer, Dub has to put himself in their place.
D. P. Lyle is a cardiologist, a writer, and a story and technical consultant for several popular television shows, including 1-800-Missing, Cold Case, CSI: Miami, Diagnosis Murder, House, Judging Amy, Law & Order, Medium, Monk, and Peacemakers. He is the author of Devil’s Playground, Double Blind, and Stress Fracture as well as the Edg...
Title:Hot Lights, Cold Steel: Book Two in the Dub Walker SeriesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 9.25 × 6.37 × 1.57 inPublished:June 11, 2011Publisher:Medallion Media GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1605421812

ISBN - 13:9781605421810


Editorial Reviews

"A very well-written book that I found very hard to put down. I would recommend this book and the author to any lover of crime thrillers. You won't be disappointed." —David Savage, (December 2011)