Hush

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Onyx, 2002 - Fiction - 378 pages
106 Reviews
It's criminal profiler Ivy Dunlap's job to unravel the psyches of the most dangerous men alive. None haunts her dreams more than the killer who took her son's life sixteen years ago, then silently disappeared into the dark. Now an urgent request for help from teh Chicago police has reawakened Ivy's greatest nightmare. The Madonna Murderer has returned to fulfill his calling. This time Ivy understands the killer instinct. She knows what man is capable of. This time she's ready to confront her deepest fear, face-to-face. For the very last time...

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Fast moving with good character development. - Goodreads
Quick pace, easy read, awesome story. - Goodreads
This book had a nice build for the characters and plot. - Goodreads
But still a good story with good character development. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Awstin - Goodreads

Found Hush to be a pretty solid book. Once I started listening to it I couldn't stop. The story had a wonderful pacing and the right amount of creepy. This book had a nice build for the characters and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vicki - Goodreads

Was not a familiar author for me, but I very much liked her writing style. I have already read "Play Dead" and will move on to her other books, including "Stay Dead". Read full review

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Anne Frasier is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-five books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, and memoir. Her titles have been printed in both hardcover and paperback and translated into twenty languages. Her career began in 1998 with Amazon Lily, a cult sensation and winner of numerous awards. Her first memoir, The Orchard, was a 2011 O, The Oprah Magazine Fall Pick, number two on the Indie Next List, and a Librarians? Best Books of 2011. She divides her time between the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, and her writing studio in rural Wisconsin.

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