Three Detective Al Harris Cold Cases in one volume.
Hide and Seek
What would you do if the stalker you thought had disappeared was suddenly back?
15 years ago, Mary Anne Cromway was stalked by a violent psychopath that police were never able to identify. As the stalker became more obsessive and threatening, her boyfriend Bobby went missing. The town assumed that troublemaking Bobby had been playing a trick and had decided to run away when he got in too deep - or that Mary Anne was behind all of it herself. They were especially suspicious when the stalker disappeared right after Bobby did. 15 years later, Mary Anne receives another note from her stalker. She knows exactly who to go to for help.
Hook, Line, and Sinker
How long would you wait to prove your son's death was no accident?
Dozens of family members and loved ones who never got any closure call Detective Al Harris to look into their cold cases. He ignores most of them, trying to get back to focusing on not doing any real work. Then a particularly persistent woman piques his interest. Her son died on a fishing trip with his friends almost a decade ago - seemingly just a tragic accident. But his mother is certain that it was no accident. When enough details don't line up, the detective agrees to take on the case, even if it means the end of his career.
Close to Home
In an small Midwest town, suspicions and fear never truly die.
Detective Al Harris faces one of the most prolific serial killers in the history of the Midwest. The case has remained unsolved for 40 years and is the reason why he was hired to work in the cold case department in Woodlawn in the first place. The murderer was dubbed the Woodlawn Killer during his murderous spree in the '80s.
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