Homicide detective, Mac Jackson, is on a collision course with a civilian in his hunt for a killer. A lack of evidence is leaving him frustrated, and with the body count rising, he questions his own ethics when he considers risking the life of an innocent woman to put the killer within reach. The stakes are high if his gamble fails.
Jessica Croft has begun a new life in San Francisco, ninety miles from the sinister secrets and madness that destroyed her family. She hopes to find tranquility, and maybe even love, but her chance for happiness is threatened when she finds herself the target of a madman. Unwilling to live a life of fear, Jessica takes a bold risk to draw him out; unaware of the trap he has already set for her.
©2013 Jenny Hilborne (P)2013 Jenny Hilborne
was not one of my favourite books I found it a little too long
Probably the character of Jessica
I am afraid the accent of the New Zealand character Alex was really off putting
Yes I think I might be wary about reading another book
The book 'Cry Baby' had had several really good reviews, might be tempted to try it !
"Not a great read"
I only got through three quarters of this book - the characters are too shallow and predictable and the language is clipped and unrealistic. I would not recommend this book.
Probably not as I did not enjoy the sing-song writing style.
I would not recommend this book.
I would absolutely listen to this book again because it kept me on the edge of my seat.
The psychological suspense felt just a tad like Silence of the Lambs.
Yes, but unfortunately I had to break it up.
The book was intense and not overly graphic. Strong characters with a lot of passion. I would definitely recommend this book. I can't wait to listen to more of Jenny Hilborne's books.
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