A Montana serial killer is targeting the law enforcement—until the hunted becomes the hunter in this thriller by the #1 New York Times bestselling author.
Sheriff Dan Grayson lies near death after a shooting, and the police department of Grizzly Falls, Montana, is in shock. Detective Selena Alvarez, torn between a new relationship and her loyalty to Grayson, works with Detective Regan Pescoli to whittle down the list of suspects. The deeper they go, the more personal and dangerous the case becomes. Then a prominent judge's body is found and the killer sends a sinister warning to the press: "Who's Next?"
Pescoli isn't waiting to find out. Headstrong and eager for justice, she'll track the scant clues on her own if she has to. But her search leads her straight to a monster who has had her in his sights all along. And when hunter meets prey, both must be willing to kill—and ready to die.
One of the most prolific and enduring turn-of-the century authors, Wells's work included not only science fiction, but biology textbooks, novels and short stories of everyday life, essays on politics, as well as rich autobiographical writings. In this meticulously researched book, the Rinkels give readers a sense of the richness and depth of Wells's life and work through a close reading of dozens of his "picshuas"-line drawings he made throughout his life for family and friends. These drawings, along with an idiosyncratic blend of cockney and baby-talk, were the primary means of communication between Wells and his second wife, Amy Catherine Robbins, for the thirty-three years they were married. Robbins was a central force in Wells's life, not just as wife and mother, but as an editor, literary agent and collaborator. The Rinkels do an admirable job making sense of what are essentially private jokes between the old friends, and guiding readers through their complicated and often melancholy relationship. This work should be of prime interest to Wells's fans; those unfamiliar with Wells, or who only know his work through movie adaptations, will likely lose interest in the detail-by-detail analysis.
Ready to die
I real like this series that she has done I like to see where she takes the people in these to more books.
Ready to Die
Just okay. Wouldn't bother reading