Women are missing….
Is the rising number of abused women who've gone missing a statistical anomaly? Or is a serial killer targeting this vulnerable group of women?
When the Milwaukee Police Department refuses to investigate because no bodies have been discovered, Lisa Rayburn, the clinical psychologist who discovers the anomaly, is drawn into an investigation to discover the cause after one of her own clients goes missing. She finds herself forming an unlikely alliance with a former policewoman turned security consultant, TJ Peacock, and the husbands of two of the missing women who may themselves be murderers.
When TJ is attacked, and a woman looking remarkably like Lisa is found murdered, they know...someone is willing to kill to protect his secret.
Can they reveal the killer before he gets to them?
©2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Marla Madison (P)2015 Marla Madison
I enjoyed this book so much that I walked around with earphones so that I could listen at every opportunity. I also had it on my Kindle and Kindle HD so that I would never miss an opportunity to enjoy this book. I also could not guess the killer and suspected the wrong person but with good reason. Great book and great narration!
Resides in Elkton, M.D. (but my heart belongs in Upstate, N.Y.)
No, Boring, constantly dragged on and on and on and..
Shorten it, get rid of unnecessary information that was seemed to be put there as a filler.
Campy, grating, no in inflection
Abused women going missing at a statistically higher rate the “normal”. What’s going on? When these statistics are brought to the attention of the police, they are essentially ignored. What to do? This is my first experience with this author, and I found her writing excellent and the story compelling. I will watch out for more from her.
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