Marred

When a serial killer breaks into the home of bestselling author, Sage Quintano, she barely escapes with her life. Her husband, Niko, a homicide detective, insists they move to rural New Hampshire, where he accepts a position as Grafton County Sheriff. Sage buries secrets from that night—secrets she swears to take to her deathbed.

Three years of anguish and painful memories pass, and a grisly murder case lands on Niko’s desk. A strange caller begins tormenting Sage—she can’t outrun the past.

When Sage’s twin sister suddenly goes missing, Sage searches Niko’s case files and discovers similarities to the Boston killer. A sadistic psychopath is preying on innocent women, marring their bodies in unspeakable ways. And now, he has her sister.

Cryptic clues. Hidden messages. Is the killer hinting at his identity? Or is he trying to lure Sage into a deadly trap to end his reign of terror with a matching set of corpses?

This is one of those rare books that one doesn’t want to put down… The kind that make you feel life keeps getting in the way. Seriously, this is a superb read.

Sage, already marred by the gruesome experience of being the victim of a serial rapist and killer, becomes victimized again and we are quickly drawn into the sickened mind of the perpetrator and that of his prey… This time the stakes are even higher as Sage finds herself bargaining with this sicko for the life of her twin sister…

The characters are full-on, well-developed, and credible. This is more than just a murder/mystery, it’s a full-blown psychological thriller complete with alarming twists and turns.

A huge amount of research must have been done for this work. The forensic details are incredible with some rather sickening scenes. That is what makes it feel so real. It’s not for the faint-hearted.

Very well written throughout, great storyline, brilliant ending, and original. A solid five-star work.

Published by: kevin cooper

I’ve always had a passion for books and music, and I’ve benefited from this kind of escapism for as long as I can remember. I love to read a wide variety of genres which probably accounts for the diversity in my own published works and the music releases.

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