Bruce Zimmerman. Blood Under the Bridge (1989) 325 pp.
“San Francisco—a city of scenic perfection, where executives consult
the Tarot, sunny days are shrouded in fog…and women are losing their heads
for all the wrong reasons.” When he stumbles upon a gruesome murder, San
Francisco sex therapist Quinn Parker is tagged as the prime suspect. In
an effort to prove his innocence, Parker is determined to find the real
killer. Note: Edgar award nominee for best first novel of 1989.