"The Architect" by Keith Ablow
West Crosse is a stunningly brilliant, strikingly handsome architect
with a love of ideal beauty and a commitment to achieving it at any
cost. But the rich, powerful families who engage him to design their
homes don't know his dark side: Corsse can't stop at designing
their dwellings. He needs to make their lives more perfect too, even if
it means a gut rehab of the family, even if the final design takes
years to achieve: murdering an abusive spouse, a toxic lover, a
predatory business partner, or an unwanted child. As Crosse is about to
embark on the master work of his creative life, the FBI puts Frank
Clevenger on the case, and the ultimate cat and mouse game begins.
Of course. There is no such thing as "an average-joe type of Architect",
or a "...a pudgy Architect who bore a great resemblance to Michelin's (TM)
Tire Man character..." or "...a tall, gaunt architect with a large decirved
nose, who bore and uncanny resembleance to Disney's rendition of Ichabod
Not even "...a strikingly handsome architect whose hair transplant hid the
light scarring of the years of plastic surgery which had transformed his
original under-average facial features..."
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