First Victim

First Victim by Ridley Pearson

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Boldt plays jazz piano one night a week in a local bar, and despite his concern for his hands, he takes every opportunity he can to get away from his desk and into the streets. But money pressures, caused by his wife`s recent illness, also make him think about the possibility of a better paying job in the private sector. Meanwhile, some extremely ruthless people are murdering illegal Chinese immigrant women and leaving their bodies buried in newly dug graves. An ambitious local TV journalist named Stevie McNeal and the young Chinese woman she thinks of as her `Little Sister` risk their lives to investigate the killings, while Boldt and his team round up a most unusual array of suspects. This combination of hard edged realism and softer sentiment has become Pearson`s trademark, and once again it works smoothly. 

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Ridley Pearson (DESCRIPTION NOT COMPLETED) Ridley Pearson is an American writer who was born on March 13, 1953 in Glen Cove, New York. Initially, Pearson specialized in thrillers and action films for an adult audience, but later also began writing adventure books for children. Pearson, like his brother Bradbey and sister Wendy, was raised by his parents, Robert and Betsy Pearson, in Riverside, Connecticut. He received his education at Pomfret School, the University of Kansas and Brown University. in 2008-2009 he lived in Shanghai, China, but has now returned to the United States. The residence of his family (Pearson himself, wife Marcella and daughters Reige and Story) is the city of St.

Louis, Missouri. Pearson also plays bass and sings in the Rock Bottom Remainders, a rock group composed of current writers. Literary Activities: Adult novels include Undercurrents (1988), The Angel Maker (1993), No Witnesses (1994), Chain of Evidence (1995)), Beyond Recognition (1997), and The Body of David Hayes (2004). Pearson became the first American to receive the Raymond Chandler-Fulbright Fellowship at Oxford University in 1991. Many of his novels are set in the vicinity of Seattle, Washington, and also feature Seattle police detective Lou Boldt and psychologist Daphne Matthews. Bibliography: 1.Undercurrents (1988) 2.The Angel Maker (1993) 3.No Witnesses (1994) 4.Beyond Recognition (1997) 5.The Pied Piper (1998) 6.The First Victim (1999) 7.Middle Of Nowhere (2000) 8.The Art Of Deception (2002) 9.The Body Of David Hayes (2004) [edit] Chris Klick as Wendell McCall 1.Dead Aim (1988) 2.Aim For The Heart (1990) 3.Concerto In Dead Flat (1999) [edit] Walt Fleming 1.Killer Weekend (2007) 2.Killer View (2008) 3.Killer Summer (2009) [3] 4.In Harm`s Way (2010) crossover with Boldt / Matthews [edit ] Other Never Look Back. New York: St. Martin`s Press. 1985.

ISBN 0-312-56475-9. Blood of the Albatross. New York: St. Martin`s Press. 1986.

ISBN 0-312-08448-X. The Seizing of Yankee Green Mall. New York: St. Martin`s Press. 1987.

ISBN 0-312-00703-5. (later republished as Hidden Charges) Probable Cause. New York: St Martin`s Press. 1990.

ISBN 0-312-03914-X. Hard Fall. New York: Delacorte Press. 1992.

ISBN 0-385-30138-3. Chain of Evidence. New York: Hyperion. 1995.

ISBN 0-7868-6172-X. as Joyce Reardon, Ph.D. (2001). The Diary Of Ellen Rimbauer. New York: Hyperion. ISBN 0-7868-6801-5. Parallel Lies. New York: Hyperion. 2001.

ISBN 0-7868-6564-4. Cut and Run. New York: Hyperion. 2005.

ISBN 0-7868-6726-4. Children`s Literature: The Kingdom Keepers 1.

Disney After Dark (2005) - New York: Disney Editions. Sunshine State Young Readers Award 2009, Grade 6-8 winner.

[4] 2.Disney at Dawn (2008) - New York: Disney Editions 3.Disney In Shadow (2010) - New York: Disney Editions [5] 4.Power Play (2011) - New York: Disney Hyperion 5.Shell Game (2012 ) - New York: Disney Hyperion Peter Pan 1.

Peter and the Starcatchers (with Dave Barry) (2004) - New York: Disney Editions 2.

Peter and the Shadow Thieves (with Dave Barry) (2006) 3.

Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (with Dave Barry) (2007) 4.

Peter and the Sword of Mercy (with Dave Barry) (2009) [6] 5.

The Bridge to Neverland (with Dave Barry) (2011) Never Land chapter books 1.Escape From The Carnivale (with Dave Barry) (2006) 2.Cave Of The Dark Wind (with Dave Barry) (2007) 3.Blood Tide (with Dave Barry) (2008) Steel Trapp 1.Steel Trapp: The Challenge (2008) - New York: Disney Editions 2.Steel Trapp: The Academy (2010) [5] Science Fair (with Dave Barry) (2008) - New York: Disney Editions

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Ridley Pearson (DESCRIPTION NOT COMPLETED) Ridley Pearson is an American writer who was born on March 13, 1953 in Glen Cove, New York. Initially, Pearson specialized in thrillers and action films for an adult audience, but later also began writing adventure books for children. Pearson, like his brother Bradbey and sister Wendy, was raised by his parents, Robert and Betsy Pearson, in Riverside, Connecticut. He received his education at Pomfret School, the University of Kansas and Brown University. in 2008-2009 he lived in Shanghai, China, but has now returned to the United States. The residence of his family (Pearson himself, wife Marcella and daughters Reige and Story) is the city of St. Louis, Missouri. Pearson also plays bass and sings in the Rock Bottom Remainders, a rock group composed of current writers. Literary Activities: Adult novels include Undercurrents (1988), The Angel Maker (1993), No Witnesses (1994), Chain of Evidence (1995)), Beyond Recognition (1997), and The Body of David Hayes (2004). Pearson became the first American to receive the Raymond Chandler-Fulbright Fellowship at Oxford University in 1991. Many of his novels are set in the vicinity of Seattle, Washington, and also feature Seattle police detective Lou Boldt and psychologist Daphne Matthews. Bibliography: 1.Undercurrents (1988) 2.The Angel Maker (1993) 3.No Witnesses (1994) 4.Beyond Recognition (1997) 5.The Pied Piper (1998) 6.The First Victim (1999) 7.Middle Of Nowhere (2000) 8.The Art Of Deception (2002) 9.The Body Of David Hayes (2004) [edit] Chris Klick as Wendell McCall 1.Dead Aim (1988) 2.Aim For The Heart (1990) 3.Concerto In Dead Flat (1999) [edit] Walt Fleming 1.Killer Weekend (2007) 2.Killer View (2008) 3.Killer Summer (2009) [3] 4.In Harm`s Way (2010) crossover with Boldt / Matthews [edit ] Other Never Look Back. New York: St. Martin`s Press. 1985. ISBN 0-312-56475-9. Blood of the Albatross. New York: St. Martin`s Press. 1986. ISBN 0-312-08448-X. The Seizing of Yankee Green Mall. New York: St. Martin`s Press. 1987. ISBN 0-312-00703-5. (later republished as Hidden Charges) Probable Cause. New York: St Martin`s Press. 1990. ISBN 0-312-03914-X. Hard Fall. New York: Delacorte Press. 1992. ISBN 0-385-30138-3. Chain of Evidence. New York: Hyperion. 1995. ISBN 0-7868-6172-X. as Joyce Reardon, Ph.D. (2001). The Diary Of Ellen Rimbauer. New York: Hyperion. ISBN 0-7868-6801-5. Parallel Lies. New York: Hyperion. 2001. ISBN 0-7868-6564-4. Cut and Run. New York: Hyperion. 2005. ISBN 0-7868-6726-4. Children`s Literature: The Kingdom Keepers 1. Disney After Dark (2005) - New York: Disney Editions. Sunshine State Young Readers Award 2009, Grade 6-8 winner. [4] 2.Disney at Dawn (2008) - New York: Disney Editions 3.Disney In Shadow (2010) - New York: Disney Editions [5] 4.Power Play (2011) - New York: Disney Hyperion 5.Shell Game (2012 ) - New York: Disney Hyperion Peter Pan 1. Peter and the Starcatchers (with Dave Barry) (2004) - New York: Disney Editions 2. Peter and the Shadow Thieves (with Dave Barry) (2006) 3. Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (with Dave Barry) (2007) 4. Peter and the Sword of Mercy (with Dave Barry) (2009) [6] 5. The Bridge to Neverland (with Dave Barry) (2011) Never Land chapter books 1.Escape From The Carnivale (with Dave Barry) (2006) 2.Cave Of The Dark Wind (with Dave Barry) (2007) 3.Blood Tide (with Dave Barry) (2008) Steel Trapp 1.Steel Trapp: The Challenge (2008) - New York: Disney Editions 2.Steel Trapp: The Academy (2010) [5] Science Fair (with Dave Barry) (2008) - New York: Disney Editions