The tenants of a Manhattan apartment in a heated dispute with their landlord believe he’s using a bird-of-prey to hunt down their cats and drive them out of the building. Virginia PI Frank Pavlicek, an ex-NYPD cop and an avid falconer himself, investigates the bizarre case as a favor for his friend, another ex-cop-turned-PI. But he soon discovers that there’s more at stake than cats and condos, pitting him against a sadistic street gang and a killer prowling Central Park with a great horned owl.
Previously published under the title “Kitty Hitter.”
All four Frank Pavlicek crime novels in one volume. What's the PI series that Edgar Winners Michael Connelly. Jeffery Deaver, Steve Hamilton and Rick Riordan read when they want the best? This one. Here are all four Frank Pavlicek adventures in one volume.
A bird-of-prey is terrorizing the tenants of a posh NYC apartment building. Virginia PI Frank Pavlicek, an ex-NYPD cop and an avid falconer himself, investigates the bizarre case. Fourth book in the award-winning series
When a Congressman's daughter disappears, Charlottesville P.I. and falconer Frank Pavlicek follows a trail of family secrets to the most dangerous discovery of all--the truth. Second novel in the hit series.
Ex-NYPD cop-turned-P.I. Frank Pavlicek is hunting with his red-tailed hawk when he finds a teenage drug dealer's body in the woods. But what he finds in the boy's wallet is even more disturbing: his own daughter's phone number, linking her with the unspeakable crime. An Agatha, Anthony, Shamus Award finalist.
The plot is fast-paced, witty and complex
Highly recommended. I dare you to tell me I’m wrong
Straka’s storytelling is as strong as talons, and once he’s got you in his grip, he never let’s go