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The Strangler by William Landay

Reviewed by Anya Yurchyshyn
Esquire

"Troubled cops, revenge-hungry mob bosses, dead women — these are the things that make life interesting. But when they're stock ingredients in the latest crime thriller they elicit a bit of a yawn. You've read it before. And you'll likely read it again. So when a book like The Strangler, the second novel by William Landay, comes along and serves that typical thriller fare in a smart and surprising way, you sit up and take notice...." Read the entire Esquire review.




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