By Jon Osborne
A felony mastermind is conducting a perilous online game of homicide at the streets of recent York. Following the foundations of chess he strikes his sufferers round the urban, leaving his sinister calling playing cards at each one blood-soaked crime scene. yet because the physique count number mounts, the recent York police strength aren't any closer to catching this sadistic killer. And professional profiler, FBI particular Agent Dana Whitestone, is introduced in to help.
Still bruised from her stumble upon with The Cleveland Slasher, Dana, and her accomplice Jeremy Brown, quickly develop into embroiled in a macabre video game of cat and mouse as they struggle to seek down this extremely smart yet totally ruthless assassin earlier than he claims his subsequent sufferer. after which they recognize they may be up opposed to now not one killer yet - and all hell breaks loose...
About the Author
Jon Osborne has been a newspaper reporter for a decade, so much lately for the Naples day-by-day information in Florida. he's a army veteran and lives in Bonita Springs, Florida.
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