The scars on her wrists, throat and chest told the story. Somehow Audra Delaney had survived, but with her memory of her attacker shattered. Then the unthinkable happens; she hears his voice on the radio, and now all she lives for are dark dreams of revenge.
She was his one loose end--the only one who got away, the only one who can still destroy him. All he has to do is find out her name, so he can silence her forever.
Soon, they're racing neck-and-neck, stalking each other in a world of shadows and evil, where it will take all of Audra's strength and the unexpected ingenuity of a child genius to survive, in Dead Even by Emma Brookes.