- Publisher: Warner Books (January 1981)
- ISBN-10: 0446956430
- ISBN-13: 978-0446956437
- Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 4.2 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,578,773 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Tuesday Blade Paperback – January, 1981
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Since there is currently no info about the book I will include the book's blurb, "...Gloria-Ann Cooper--blond, statuesque, raised in Greer County, Oklahoma--arrives at the Port Authority Bus Terminal to start life in the big city working as a magazine researcher and rooming with her childhood girlfriend. What Gloria expects is a world filled with glamour, the 'swinging singles' scene of fascinating men, chic restaurants, discotheques and elegant dinner parties. From the moment she steps off the bus, however, the world she finds is that of the city's dark underbelly--pimps, prostitutes, married men looking for a quick score, and suddenly, murder. A series of bizarre killings that baffle the police suddenly become part of Gloria's nightmare. As one cops says, 'If we're lucky, we're looking for one guy carrying seven straight-edged razors; if we're unlucky, what we're looking for is seven guys carrying one razor each.' What follows is a search unparralleled since Jack the Ripper and an ending of terrifying suspense. The Tuesday Blade is a haunting reading experience you will never forget."
Just because things are not in the perfect world, neither are we. There are times that one has to play by another's rules/game to simply survive; physically and psychologically.
Gloria-Ann Cooper arrives in New York with high hopes and big dreams. She is abducted, drugged, and constantly raped. The first time she was gang raped was when she was ten years old and living in a rural community in OK. She was able to extract her revenge with impunity because everyone even children understood the unwritten rules that govern society.
In NY she recovers her senses and grabs the first weapon she can find for vengeance. But NY isn't OK and it is called murder. The reader always knows the killer and it is up to Detective Antonio DeMario to bring her to justice.
A good story; well told with a surprise ending.
Nash Black, author of SINS OF THE FATHERS.
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