Sin City (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation #2)
"If anything happens to me, get this cassette to the police," Lynn Pierce told her friends the night she disappeared without a trace. Pierce seemed to be a devout Christian, devoted wife and mother -- but she left behind a recording of her husband threatening to cut her into little pieces.
Jenna Patrick was a professional stripper who said she was trying to get out of the sex trade and into junior college. She wound up strangled to death in a locked room in the back of the club where she worked. What could these two women possibly have had in common -- aside from the fact that they are both victims of homicide?
Find out as Grissom, Willows, and the rest of the CSI team track down a sordid trail of secret lives and private dances, from the saintly to the seedier side of Sin City.
Grissom takes on the case of born-again Christian Lynn Pierce, who disappears after an ugly argument with her husband is caught on tape, with him threatening to cut her into "little pieces". Catherine and Sara investigate the death of a stripper at Dream Dolls, who was found strangled with an electrical cord in a private room at the strip club she worked at.
This is the first CSI book I've read, and it seems just like the show, but with more details. But the book is long (about 300 pages) and I sort of got impatient waiting to find out who the killers were. But I would still recommend this book to CSI-lovers.