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Fiddlers by Ed McBain
In Fiddlers, Ed McBain's final novel, Steve Carella and the other detectives in the 87th precinct must find a serial killer who has struck five times within two weeks. None of the victims knew each other, and about the only thing they have in common is that they're all over 50 years old and have been shot twice in the face. It's a race against time and old-fashioned police work to find what the victims have in common before the killer strikes again. Fiddlers is vintage McBain with the familiar detectives of the long-running 87th precinct mystery series, and it has received positive reviews. The Associated Press says, "The result is vintage 87th Precinct: the dialogue crisp, the pace swift, the humor wry, and every character - even the minor ones - superbly drawn."