Safe House: A Burke Novel

Safe House: A Burke Novel

Andrew Vachss


In Burke, Vachss gave readers of crime fiction a hero they can think in, an avenger whose experience of justice used to be cast at the back of bars and tempered on New York's meanest streets.  during this blistering new mystery, Burke is drawn into his ugliest case but, person who includes an underground community of abused girls and the sleekly inventive stalkers who have marked them as their own victims. 
   
   Burke's consumer is Crystal Beth, a gorgeous outlaw with a tattoo on her face and a venture burned into her heart.  She is attempting to guard one among her fees from a vengeful ex with fetishes for Nazism and torture. however the stalker has a protector, anyone so trained, so ruthless, and so attached that he want basically make a couple of mobilephone calls to close down Crystal Beth's operation for good—and Burke in addition to it.  Sinuous in its complexities, brutal in its momentum, Safe apartment is Burke on the fringe of his nerve and cunning.  And it really is Vachss on the height of his shape.

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