Thomas Brunson followed Ellie Hartley from the airport... he held her captive on a thousand mile journey, showed her his "lovlies", and then he set her free. Ellie knew she was lucky to be alive. She alone witnessed a killer's private world of madness and murder. She alone escaped a fate too terrible to imagine... but why would he let her go? He's not finished with her yet - he's sending her flowers to prove it.
started out good but then descended into a formulaic and tired story. also sound of the language became a little too crude sexually.
Decorated homicide Sergeant Natalie Collins arrived home only seconds after her sister was murdered. The killer was still at the house, a man who believed that with each kill he was closer to living forever. He was hunting survivors of certain death - searching for their secrets. He escaped, and the evidence in Natalie's house pointed to her. Now she is on the run, hunted by the police and the killer with unfinished business.
I almost didn't finish this several times because of the narrator. But I'm one of those that if the story peaks my interest I have to know the end. I ..Show More »won't start another one with this narrator. Story was ok. Kinda corny at times. « Show Less