She got away at the end of The Mighty T, slipping through a dragnet of cops from four counties, not to mention the FBI and Homeland Security, and disappeared into a foggy Seattle night.
She is who she is so it was just a matter of time before bodies started showing up in dumpsters, with her signature kill wounds.
Modesto detectives Grant Starr, Amber Whitehall, and Ralph Bensen are in Seattle, Washington, where Grant is giving a brief talk on the case of the terrorist Samuel Raimes. After his talk he’s approached by Detective Ira Utter, the local cop in charge of the Sunset Hill Slasher case.
The Modesto detectives recognize her MO and agree to help find her. She’s a loose end that always bothered Grant.
But this time she had an accomplice and although she still kills with a knife, some things have changed that make catching her . . . impossible?
Grant and the cops engage in a game of cat and mouse through the streets of the Sunset Hill area of Seattle, trying to stop her before she kills again.
With twists and turns sure to catch the reader off guard, Sunset Hill is a novel that will haunt you long after you’ve finished it.