Kill Me Once

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Century, 2011 - Serial murder investigation - 404 pages
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At a tender and vulnerable young age, FBI Special Agent Dana Whitestone witnessed the brutal murders of her beautiful and loving parents. Her idyllic childhood instantly shattered, the loss was crushing and drove her towards a determined and deeply personal mission to fight the most evil and twisted of criminals u an obsession that has taken over her life. Tough and driven, she lives for her work, but now this expert investigator is stumped by her latest case u a sadistic serial killer who mocks her every step, and with immaculate precision, compulsively covers his own. This butcher makes no mistakes. His calling cards reveal nothing about who he is u rather, they recall the actions of others. What at first appears to be the work of a copy-cat soon evolves into an explosive game of cat and mouse, a shockingly personal battle between an agent with an agenda and a brilliantly demented killer with an axe to grind and a mess to clean up. Dana must force the hand of the crazed perfectionist she trails, whose capture rests solely on a chance mistake. Savvy, terrifying, and unputdownable, this is a smart and profoundly haunting thriller that will resonate, chill, and leave readers checking their doors and windows.

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About the author (2011)

Jon Osborne has been a newspaper reporter for a decade, most recently for the Naples Daily News in Florida, where he covered everything from bake sales to triple murders. He is a veteran of the United States Navy. He is currently at work on his second thriller.

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