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Say Goodbye

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Publisher: Orion

3.7
(10)

Language:English | Number of Pages: 300 | Format: eBook

Isbn-13: 9781409106029 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Hardcover , Paperback , Audio CD

Category: Crime , Mystery & Thrillers

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Book Description
Afraid of spiders...? You should be. Creepy crawlies take on a whole new meaning for the working girls of Sandy Springs, Atlanta, when a client comes to the red light district looking for something different. He wants girls to let his pet spiders walk all over them. Seems like a simple - if strange request - but not all the girls come back. When FBI field officer Kimberly Quincy gets called out to talk to one of the girls, she's already got enough on her mind. What was a routine evidence-tagging session at the scene of a cargo plane crash has gone horribly wrong. Just when they'd recovered all the crew bodies, they get an unwelcome surprise...an extra body caught in a tree. Without a head. When Kimberly finally gets home to think it all through, and climbs into bed next to her husband Mac, a phone call shatters the peace and proves that the nightmare is only just beginning. On the other end of the line, a muffled cry and the sound of metal on flesh...
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    I like the synopsis because it portrays the real extent of pedophiles - that sexual predators do not just spring out of nowhere but that there is a cycle of violence, from abused children whom society neglected that grew up to become predators themselves.


    I like how the story seamle ...continue

    I like the synopsis because it portrays the real extent of pedophiles - that sexual predators do not just spring out of nowhere but that there is a cycle of violence, from abused children whom society neglected that grew up to become predators themselves.

    I like how the story seamlessly toggled between the past and the present of the characters; and was pleasantly surprised to recognize that one of the characters in this book had become the subject of a later book - The Neighbour.

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