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Ed McBain does a great job on the "87th Precinct" mysteries. They are quick reads and when I'm not sure what I'm in the mood for, I read McBain. This was one of his better stories, published 2005, which is the year he died so I guess it was his last 87th Precinct. McBain usually has 2 or 3 cases going on at the same time but in "Fiddlers" there is just the one; someone is shooting, seemingly random, people twice in the face. A priest, a college professor, a cosmetic saleswoman and, in the end, they are all connected.
Great daily read- good way to start or end your day! Variety of topics, from ancient history to science... people and places. Perfect for the intellectual (and wannabe) who'd rather put something more useful than TV smut into their brains before bed