Synopses & Reviews
Warren Adler is the acclaimed author of 25 novels, published in 30 languages. Two of his books, The War of the Roses and Random Hearts were made into major motion pictures. He lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and New York City. Fiona FitzGerald, senator's daughter turned Washington, D.C., homicide detective, is called in to investigate when the daughter of a prominent lawyer is found murdered. All clues begin to point to a revered Supreme Court Justice with a sadomasochistic fetish. The Ties That Bind is the sixth book in Warren Adler's Fiona FitzGerald series. The first mystery, American Quartet, was on The New York Times list of top ten crime novels of the year. Try the other Fiona mysteries: American Quartet, American Sextet, Senator Love, Immaculate Deception, and The Witch of Watergate. Adler sets well-connected Washington homicide dick Fiona FitzGerald another high profile puzzle most satisfying. Kirkus Reviews The Welcome return of an intense, likeable heroine. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
This title, part of Warren Adler’s backlist, is part of the heavily-promoted campaign of "Mourning Glory", Adler's 24th novel. "Mourning Glory’s” budget will exceed over $300,000 in nation-wide publicity.
The daughter of a prominent lawyer is found murdered, and a Supreme Court Justice with a sadomasochistic fetish is the target of Fiona FitzGerald's investigation. This is one case that brings Fiona to the darker side of the Washington scene in which sexual aberration and fear of exposure plays a role in murder. Fiona travels through the labyrinth of upper-crust Washington in pursuit of this powerful man, who may or may not be the killer, leading to a shocking finale. The Ties That Bind is the sixth book in Warren Adler's Fiona FitzGerald series. The first mystery, American Quartet, was voted one of the New York Times top ten crime novels of the year. Try the other Fiona mysteries: American Sextet, Senator Love, Immaculate Deception, and The Witch of Watergate.
About the Author
Warren Adler's twenty-five published novels have won popular and critical success all over the world, and they have been translated into more than twenty-five languages. Two of his books were made into major motion pictures, the classic "The War of the Roses" with Michael Douglas and "Random Hearts" with Harrison Ford. Three of his short stories were adapted as a three-hour trilogy on PBS titled "The Sunset Gang." The Lifetime Network is currently producing a pilot for a one-hour television series based on the heroine detective character of his six mystery books, Fiona FitzGerald. The series will be titled "Fiona." Kensington Press recently published his latest novel, "Mourning Glory." Mr. Adler's themes deal primarily with intimate human relationships &