Murder by Moonlight (Richard Dick Moonlight #5)



Murder by Moonlight (Richard Dick Moonlight #5) In Murder By Moonlight, Vincent Zandri S Cunning Detective Dick Moonlight Returns With His Toughest Case Yet Proving An Open And Shut Murder Investigation Isn T Over At All.Joan Parker Is The Last Woman Private Eye Dick Moonlight Would Ever Expect To See In His Albany Office From The Right Side Of The Tracks Neighboring Bethlehem She Bears Her Upper Class Upbringing As Effortlessly As A String Of Pearls She Also Bears A Scar Running Down Her Head And Face A Brutal Reminder Of The Ax Attack That Took The Life Of Her Husband Her Twenty One Year Old Son, Christopher, Now Sits In Jail Charged With The Crime.According To The Official Report Based On Joan S Answers To Police When They Arrived At The House And Found Her Barely Alive She Identified Christopher As The Culprit But Sitting In Moonlight S Office, She Reveals That She Has No Recollection Of The Event, Yet Is Certain Of One Thing Christopher Didn T Do It.Moonlight Knows A Thing Or Two About Being Nearly Dead And He Also Knows The Tragedy Of The Police Jumping To The Wrong Conclusions A Past Case Of A Falsely Accused Client Still Haunts Him So He Agrees To Take The Job And Get To The Truth Of What Happened That Day At First The Trail Of Clues From The Crime Scene To Joan S Original Accusation Keeps The Finger Pointed At Christopher But Soon Moonlight Turns Up Something He Never Expected, Something Sinister Than Anything He S Ever Come Up Against.

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  • Paperback
  • 328 pages
  • Murder by Moonlight (Richard Dick Moonlight #5)
  • Vincent Zandri
  • English
  • 13 February 2017
  • 1612183514

10 thoughts on “Murder by Moonlight (Richard Dick Moonlight #5)

  1. TL says:

    The case itself, begins as a job to find evidence to get Joan Parker s son Chris released while he awaits trial for the murder of his father and the attempted murder of his mother by fireman s axe Moonlight completes his part of the deal but his gut is still telling him something is off and he continues to look into the matter on his own.The plot itself is slow and steady at times but it never drags there wasn t that feeling of racing against the clock,like we re just along for the ride The case itself, begins as a job to find evidence to get Joan Parker s son Chris released while he awaits trial for the murder of his father and the attempted murder of his mother by fireman s axe Moonlight completes his part of the deal but his gut is still telling him something is off and he continues to look into the matter on his own.The plot itself is slow and steady at times but it never drags there wasn t...

  2. Michael Sherer says:

    A Rose By Any Other NameMURDER BY MOONLIGHT s Richard Moonlight is a dick in just about every way imaginable He s Dick, but everyone calls him Moonlight, except his girlfriend Aviva who mostly calls him Moonlight, but calls him Richard when she really wants his attention he s a dick, as in private investigator and he s a self admitted dick, as in asshole While this may sound like the makings of a disa...

  3. Sheila says:

    This was an excellent story, although pretty graphically dark Lots of family secrets revealed.

  4. Annette says:

    What do you get when you get a smart alec PI that has a built in lie detector Moonlight is mouthy and almost to the point of rude most of the time but he can see the truth and calls a person out on it Moonlight is already beating himself senseless over the death of a person he believes innocent but could not get cleared or even paroled He carries in his head a shard of a bullet ...

  5. Kristen Rodgers says:

    AwesomeVery exciting until the very end could not put it down Very surprising thought I had it figured out but I didn t

  6. shannon baxley says:

    A good readKept ur attention from the beginningAlso kept u guessing Great little read and must say I enjoyed it very much.

  7. Mary E. says:

    SuspencefulIt kept me in suspence and interested in what really happened I wanted to know the truth as much as he did The truth was mind blowing.

  8. Patrick Neylan says:

    Zandri is by no means a master of the crime genre, but Murder By Moonlight is a good read with a complex plot, clearly defined characters and a few good twists along the way His writing is sparse, while the division into short chapters sixty six in all, some of them no longer than a single page ensures a fast paced story Overall, it s a fun read, and if crime is your favourite genre then you ll probably enjoy this It isn t perfect Some of the situations don t ring true and nor do all...

  9. Jennifer says:

    True confession I m not much of a murder mystery fan Loves Music, Loves to Dance by Mary Higgins Clark aside I usually find the plot predictable, characters two dimensional, and the ending not that surprising I picked up this book last spring for book club, I just couldn t get into it even if it was based on the real life murder of the Porco family in Delmar, NY very close to where I live But at the start of the new year I decided to give it another shot and am glad I did Now I wish True confession I m not much of a murder mystery fan Loves Music, Loves to Dance by Mary Higgins Clark aside I usually find the plot predictable, characters two dim...

  10. Dianne says:

    A page turner Written in the first person present tense and a spare prose style Dick Moonlight is a private eye, ex cop, failed suicide with a bullet fragment lodged in his brain which may at any time move killing him He is gratuitously offensive to any person he questions He is intuitive, reaching unverifiable conclusions which are inevitably correct within minutes But suspend disbelief and go along for the ride and enjoy it I think the ending is a little drawn out One blindingly obvious A page turner Written in the first person present tense and a spare prose style Dick Moonlight is a private eye, ex cop, failed suicide with a bullet fragment lodged in his brain which may at any time move killing him He is gratuitously offensive to any person he questions He is intuitive, reaching unverifiable...

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