DOES A KILLER LURK IN US ALL? THE ANSWER WILL TERRIFY YOU MORE THAN THE CRIMES.
Freelance journalist Kendall normally writes fluff magazine pieces, until she scores an interview with a survivor of a horrific mass killing. Suddenly, she's the go-to reporter for the chilling crime: seven people brutally murdered with an axe and the killer dead at the scene.
Then another mass killing occurs. This time, arson, and ten eldercare facility residents die in the blaze. Then it happens again. A mother with a gun embarks on a rampage at a family birthday party. All killers die before they can be interviewed.
Investigating detective O'Grady wonders how evil can strike three times in only weeks. The crimes are far too coincidental. Yet, the killers share only one common detail: none has a murderer's profile. No history of violence. No connection to terrorists. No vendettas. Ordinary citizens suddenly just became ruthless killers.
When Kendall crosses O'Grady's path sparks fly. And not the good kind. She reminds him of a past he wants to forget. While she can't understand the detective's open hostility toward her. Not to mention, he's standing in the way of a rent-paying story she desperately needs.
They will discover these killings form part of a plan far grander than just these crimes, a plan that will see both face danger and death they can't possibly imagine. A message is being sent, and if nobody deciphers the meaning, soon many more will die . . .
THREE MASSACRES. TWO DETECTIVES. ONE WRITER. ZERO ANSWERS.
Discover the book reviewers are calling a terrifying, impossible-to-put-down thriller by the author readers are naming the next Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl) and the female Stephen King.