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Publisher's Summary

A schoolgirl found it on a nature hike. A severed human foot wearing pink nail polish. A gruesome but invaluable clue that leads forensic pathologist Birdy Waterman down a much darker trail - to a dangerous psychopath whose powers of persuasion seem to have no end.
Only by teaming up with sheriff's detective Kendall Stark can Birdy hope to even the odds in a deadly game. It's a fateful decision the killer wants them to make. And it's the only way Birdy and Kendall can find their way to a murderer who's ready to kill again....
©2014 Gregg Olsen (P)2015 Tantor
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"Readers will clamor for more stories featuring Waterman and Stark." ( RT Book Reviews)
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3 out of 5 stars
By Valerie Hill on 03-20-15

A bit to juvenile

Mediocre can't see that it was written for adults maybe teens would enjoy it better . I also think it would be better narrated by a woman as most of the caricatures are women

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Sharilyn on 03-14-15

Narrator....meh

Story was fine. The narrators inflections reminded me of a man who might have done radio mysteries back in 1930.
I would listed to how he voiced a line and I would think "come on! The (character) wouldn't have said it like that!

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7 of 9 people found this review helpful

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