In an unfamiliar world divided mercilessly into killers and victims, Pete Decker must decide which he is in this dramatic fourteenth thriller of the series
'It was the stunned, pale look of bad news'
The call is brief. There's been a murder in the family of Lieutenant Decker's half brother, Rabbi Jonathan Levine. Ephraim Lieber, a Hassidic Jew with a catalogue of problems in his past, was found dead in a seedy Manhattan hotel, a single gunshot wound to his head. And his niece, fifteen-year-old Shaynda, is missing.
In a desperate bid to track down the missing girl, Decker finds himself in an alien city and a maze of deceit and danger, on a twisted journey that takes him from the darkened slums of New Jersey and the deserted industrial streets of New York, to the hidden meeting places of Hassidic outcasts...
My reader is hooked - Bookseller
[Kellerman] slings the testosterone-filled verbiage with the best of her male counterparts - Who Weekly
No doubt about it, Faye Kellerman writes a neat story - sharp dialogue, nice way of dealing with the characters - Weekend Australian
Vintage Kellerman - Australian Jewish News
STONE KISS, as with much of the best mystery fiction, deals with family secrets and their destructive power - Observer