HE CALLS HIMSELF "CARVER"
He likes killing. But he knows he must be patient, like an actor preparing for a role. He must cast the part of the victim. Stage the scene of the crime. Find the motivation to kill. Then, with blade in hand, he must make it real. So real, it hurts…
DEATH WEARS A MASK
NYPD profiler Lee Campbell arrives to find the victim lying in the lobby of her building. In a pool of blood. Wearing a white mask. When he learns the girl was an actress, he follows the trail to an off-Broadway theater where she was rehearsing for a play. But Campbell suspects the killer was rehearsing, too—for another murder—because one of the victim’s co-stars has just received a warning: "You’re next."
Praise for the Thrillers of C. E. Lawrence
"Pulse-racing, compelling, first-rate."
"Startlingly suspenseful…an extraordinary page-turner."
"Fascinating characters. . . . a great story."
—J. T. Ellison