Dead Sleep

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Penguin, Jul 1, 2002 - Fiction - 496 pages
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They are called "The Sleeping Women." A series of unsettling paintings in which the nude female subjects appear to be not asleep, but dead. Photojournalist Jordan Glass has another reason to find the paintings disturbing...The face on one of the nudes is her own-or perhaps the face of her twin sister, who disappeared and is still missing. At the urging of the FBI, Jordan becomes both hunter and hunted in a search for the anonymous artist-an obsessed killer who seems to know more about Jordan and her family than she is prepared to face...

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Mr.Iles did it again. After I read this I actually emailed him if he would include my sister and neice, both murdered, in one of his books... he handles the subject with such tenderness and emotions, I wanted him to immortalize my family mem5vers, with full artistic freedom and take whatever liberties he wished... I loved this book, it hit me with such an emotional force, and resonated with me long after I put the book down....hence me email him... you cannot go wrong with his characters, plot, and I've world you find yourself in. Thanks for an amazing book, Mr. Iles! 

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