Shot In The Head By An Unknown Assailant, San Francisco Private Eye Sharon McCone Finds Herself Trapped By Locked In Syndrome Almost Total Paralysis But An Alert, Conscious Mind Since The Late Night Attack Occurred At Her Agency S Offices, The Natural Conclusion Was That It Was Connected To One Of The Firm S Cases As Sharon Lies In Her Hospital Bed, Furiously Trying To Break Out Of Her Body S Prison And Discover Her Attacker S Identity, All The Members Of Her Agency Fan Out To Find The Reason Why She Was Assaulted Meanwhile, Sharon Becomes A Locked In Detective, Evaluating The Clues From Her Staff S Separate Investigations And Discovering Unsettling Truths That Could Put Her Life In Jeopardy Again As The Case Draws To A Surprising And Even Shocking Conclusion, Sharon S Husband, Hy, Must Decide Whether Or Not To Surrender To His Own Violent Past And Exact Fatal Vengeance When The Person Responsible Is Identified.
Bill Pronzini seven short story collections, and numerous nonfiction articles Together she and Pronzini have edited a dozen anthologies and a nonfiction book on the mystery genre Muller received the Shamus Award, The Eye Lifetime achievement award in 1993 In 2005 Muller was named a Grand Master by
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