The dead place

Rebecca Drake (Autor) Publicado el octubre de 2008 Bolsillo en inglés
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    RESUMEN The dead place

    You Think You're Safe

    The first victim is found floating in a creek--naked, beautiful, brutally garroted. Lily Slocum was a college student with everything to live for and nothing to fear. . .until a madman made her his obsession. . .

    You Think He Can't See You

    At first glance, a quiet campus town like Wickfield seems like the ideal place for Kate Corbin to start over after a traumatic attack. But when another young girl disappears on her way to class, Kate's fear resurfaces in earnest. She's right to be afraid. Behind Wickfield's picture-perfect façade, a nightmare is unfolding. . .and it's about to strike chillingly close to home. . .

    You're Dead Wrong

    A serial killer is on the loose. . .ruthless, twisted, and lethally smart. Now, locked in a desperate race against time, Kate's only chance of stopping a madman's grisly game is to venture deeper into a diabolical web where no one is who they seem to be. . .and the smallest mistake could be her last. . .

    Praise for the novels of Rebecca Drake

    "Compulsively readable." --Mystery Lovers Book Shop News

    "Read this alone, late at night, and you won't be afraid--you'll be terrified." --Wendy Corsi Staub, New York Times bestselling author

    Rebecca Drake is a former journalist, freelance copywriter, and technical writer. A native New Yorker, she's lived in Indiana, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, and New Jersey and currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her husband and two children.

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    • Formato ePub
    • Editor Pinnacle Books
    • Fecha de lanzamiento septiembre 2008
    • EAN 9780786021154
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