Twenty years ago little Carolyn had her stepmother permanently removed. Today, a psychopath has murdered sixteen young women in a grisly fashion, and Tucson reporter Ben Qaudrun is looking into the story. A gripping novel of terror and suspense--filled with believable characters and fascinating details on the newspaper business. Matthew Hall, whose father created TV's "Dark Shadows", worked briefly as a reporter in Tucson.
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