By Jon Osborne
A legal mastermind is accomplishing a dangerous video game of homicide at the streets of recent York. Following the foundations of chess he strikes his sufferers round the urban, leaving his sinister calling playing cards at each one blood-soaked crime scene. yet because the physique count number mounts, the recent York police strength aren't any closer to catching this sadistic killer. And specialist profiler, FBI unique Agent Dana Whitestone, is introduced in to help.
Still bruised from her stumble upon with The Cleveland Slasher, Dana, and her accomplice Jeremy Brown, quickly turn into embroiled in a macabre video game of cat and mouse as they fight to seek down this extremely smart yet completely ruthless assassin prior to he claims his subsequent sufferer. after which they have an understanding of they could be up opposed to no longer one killer yet - and all hell breaks loose...
About the Author
Jon Osborne has been a newspaper reporter for a decade, so much lately for the Naples day-by-day information in Florida. he's a army veteran and lives in Bonita Springs, Florida.
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They were on the right track; there remained no vestige of doubt in Duncan's mind, but he savored the silence, and did not break it with conversation. And eventually there lay before him that gap in the rocks, inconspicuous, like a dozen others thereabouts, save for the identifying shelf of rock that slanted down at the left, and the depth of the shadow that lay within. Duncan paused; it occurred to him that even yet there was time to repent what he was doing, that he could lead Galey in circles until they ran out of supplies, and convince them all that he could not remember, that the place was lost to him.
A Game of Chance (Dana Whitestone, Book 2) by Jon Osborne