Blood Game: An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller

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Macmillan, Apr 20, 2010 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Blockbuster New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen's thriller Blood Game brings Eve closer to discovering her daughter's killer...and into a web of danger from which she may not be able to escape...

When a Georgia senator's daughter is found dead and drained of blood, Eve Duncan enters the world of a twisted psychopath—a man whose name appears on Eve's shortlist of killers connected to her own missing daughter, Bonnie.

Then Eve receives a terrifying trophy—and the games have begun. Soon she must enlist the help of those she loves and trusts the most—Joe Quinn and Jane MacGuire—even if it means putting them in the path of someone whose thirst for blood is only growing stronger.

Eve believes this psychotic mind holds the answers to the questions that have tormented her for years. But like a spider hunting its prey, he is waiting for the perfect moment to strike—when Eve least expects it. And when she has the most to lose...

 

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Iris Johansen is the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Night, Eve, and Eight Days to Live, among others. She began writing after her children left home for college, and first achieved success in the early 1980s writing category romances. In 1991, she began writing suspense historical romance novels, and in 1996 she turned to crime fiction, with which she has had great success. She lives near Atlanta, Georgia.

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