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The perfect date. A casual affair. A secret dying to be uncovered...

Two years after his brutal divorce, mystery writer Dale Petersen is ready to enter the dating game. Chelsea Grable seems like the perfect person to ease him into his new single life. She’s beautiful, shares his interests, and most importantly, is up for some casual dating and not at all interested in marriage.

But when what started out as casual turns obsessive, and Dale is forced to end things. His new dates don’t go much better, and he wonders if all women are so mentally unstable. Maybe, internet dating isn’t for him. What follows is a series of terrifying threats and strange occurrences the police seem unconcerned with.

Who is behind the threats? A former lover? His angry ex? A jilted husband? 

Whoever it is, they seem intent on one final goal: taking revenge. 

A thrilling psychological thriller that you won't be able to put down!

©2020 Cole Baxter (P)2020 Cole Baxter

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  • 11-11-20

Don't waist your credit

Narrator was terrible my 6 year old granddaughter could have read this better , knew who the culprit was from the start, thought this was going to be a good book reading the summary love psychological thrillers this was just a waist of a credit