They found Henry Gibson shot dead in his abandoned car on a dirt road. DEAD END.
Then George Horner…and Noah Hamberger. Wait a minute…who’s depleting the population of Northeastern Ohio? Are these random murders or a sicko with an agenda? DEAD END.
That was the problem facing homicide detective Al Maharos. He ran out of ideas. DEAD END.
Maharos had never worked with a woman partner until Karen Vandergrift. Attractive, brilliant Vandergrift. Together, they uncovered other bodies, and a pattern unique in the annals of crime. The problem: who was linked to the murders? DEAD END.
They knew their path would converge with that of the killer. They knew when…But where? DEAD END.
DEAD END. A rapid-paced police procedural that grabs and won’t let go.
A page turner!
Excellent pace with twists in unpredictable places. First book I've read by this author but am searching for more. Hints of romance without the corny mushiness. Well written.