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Publisher's Summary

The killer becomes the hunted.
She was gagged. Violated. Tortured. Nailing the killer is priority number one and only the best will do - that means Frank Quinn. And Quinn wouldn't want it any other way. Because he recognizes the victim. Years ago, as a homicide detective, he saved her young life. Now the hunt is on, and deep in his gut, Quinn welcomes it. He knows he's seeing the work of a truly twisted serial killer. Except it's not the ritual weapon that makes this killer so disturbing. It's who he kills - and how he makes them suffer….
©2011 John Lutz (P)2011 Random House
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5 out of 5 stars
By shelley on 08-10-12

John Lutz = Nail biting suspense...

Another book by John Lutz that is narrated by Scott Brick (who does all of the Frank Quinn series). Between the writing and the dramatic narration this book will have you on the edge of your seat.
If you are faint of heart this book probably isn't for you. It does contain graphic descriptions of murder scenes. It is best to keep in mind that this is a work of fiction although it would not surprise me to find out that this is based on reality.
In this book someone is brutally torturing and killing women who wrongfully identified men as their rapists and years later the men were exonerated through DNA testing.
At the same time this story is unfolding a parallel story from 20 years earlier is being told. The end culminates with an explosive coming together of both storylines.
The characters are very colorful and the three or four consistent ones are all hard shelled with rather warped senses of humor mixed with sick sarcasm. These qualities make some of the more gruesome scenes more palpable as you say to yourself "Did they just say that!?!"
This is probably my favorite John Lutz book.
Fantastically written and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Kitty on 06-08-12

Ending was excellent!

I like mysteries that have twists and turns. This book give you that plus the suspense of what is going to happen next. A surprise ending is icing on the cake. Like riding a roller coaster without leaving your easy chair. Well worth the credit. As usual Scott Brick did an excellent job.

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