By John Lutz
From bestselling writer John Lutz comes a lightning-paced mystery of a urban gripped by way of a killer's savage reign of terror. . .
Someone is killing prosperous Manhattanites. one after the other, the sufferers are chanced on in sumptuous high-rise residences. sure, gagged--brutally murdered within the "safety" in their personal houses, through anyone whose modus operandi is as frightening as whatever NYPD Detectives Ben Stack and Rica Lopez have ever seen.
As Stack and Lopez examine the tough deaths, they've got no concept that they're being watched from the shadows--observed by means of a crafty assassin identifying up the entire clues essential to remain one step prior to the police whereas perfecting a dangerous craft. And while a development slowly emerges, the detectives observe that the killings aren't the random acts of a maniac, however the own crusade of somebody bent on retribution. . .someone who's been gazing heavily and is familiar with their case too well.
Someone whose vengeance will burn eternally.
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THE VICTIM INTERVIEW The officer will question the victim to obtain preliminary information. The victim will be asked to described what happened (date, time, place, details) and to provide information concerning the defendant’s identity or description. For example, the officer will want to know how the offender made contact with you. The offender may be following a pattern; he may be an experienced criminal who commits crimes only at certain times or in certain places. Sometimes, the offender will “test” the victim before a robbery, mugging, or other attack.