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Publisher's Summary

Sometimes the past can haunt you...
Eighteen years ago, FBI profiler Evelyn Baine's best friend Cassie Byers disappeared, the third in a series of unsolved abductions. Only a macabre nursery rhyme was left at the scene, a nursery rhyme that claimed Evelyn was also an intended victim. Now, after all these years of silence, another girl has gone missing in South Carolina, and the Nursery Rhyme Killer is taking credit. But is Cassie's abductor really back, or is there a copycat at work?
Sometimes the past is best forgotten.
Evelyn has waited 18 years for a chance to investigate, but when she returns to Rose Bay, she finds a dark side to the seemingly idyllic town. As the place erupts in violence and the kidnapper strikes again, Evelyn knows this is her last chance. If she doesn't figure out what happened to Cassie 18 years ago, it may be Evelyn's turn to vanish without a trace.
©2015 Elizabeth Heiter (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By ewock on 07-13-16

Where was the editor?

The heroine is supposed to be a profiler for the FBI. She has no skills, breaks the law, messes up the investigations, has frequent emotional breakdowns, and she is an insult to women. There are numerous police officers, firemen, undercover agents, etc that are women who are able to perform at the same expertise as their male counterparts. This woman behaves like she really has permanent PMS. I am a woman who worked with domestic violence and child abuse and mental health issues. The supposed profiling shows the author knows very little about people and behavioral sciences. I did not know this was a Harlequin Romance Novel or I would not have read it.







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5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on 05-30-15

Great story!

I was sure I had the plot all figured out. I was very wrong! A truly great story!

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1 out of 5 stars
By Jeanette NORMAN on 04-20-17

Too Narsasistic

I regret to say that many recent " who dunits ", are primarily about personal failing s of the lead character - this is no exception to this theme. the lead chararcter cuts a swathe of her own garbage throughout the book, well I assume that to be the case as I was unable to read it all as if was way to self indulgent muck for my time.
If you want to check it out borrow from your local library - do not waste your money.

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