Split Images

Split Images
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Author Elmore Leonard
Country  United States
Language English
Genre Crime/Contemporary
Publisher Arbor House
Publication date 1981
Media type Hard cover
Pages 282
ISBN 0-688-16971-6

Split Images is a crime novel written by Elmore Leonard published in 1981.

Plot summary

The novel begins in Detroit and tells the story of Robbie Daniels, a multimillionaire who guns down a Haitian refugee that broke into his Palm Beach mansion, calling it "practice". Walter Kouza, a 21-year veteran of the Detroit Police Department, sees this case as his one chance to quit being a cop and go to work for a big shot. The only one who can stop him is Lieutenant Bryan Hurd, whose unique method of investigation is supported by his good-looking lover and journalist Angela Nolan. The two follow Daniels and Kouza when they travel Florida to find their next victim: a diplomat and drug dealer.

Characters in Split Images

  • Robbie Daniels – multimillionaire and playboy killer
  • Walter Kouza – ex-cop and Robbie's bodyguard
  • Louverture Damien – Haitian burglar and 1st victim
  • Curtis Moore – parking attendant and 2nd victim
  • Chichi – drug dealer
  • Bryan Hurd – Detroit homicide lieutenant
  • Gary Hammond – Palm Beach squad-car officer
  • Annie Maguire – Detroit homicide detective
  • Angela Nolan – journalist and Bryan's girlfriend

External links

  • Elmore Leonard.com

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