Last breath

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New American Library, 2001 - Fiction - 393 pages
Sixteen years after her first encounter with a horrifying killer as a young child, LAPD officer Caitlin Osborn comes face to face with her old nemesis who reawakens her childhood nightmares as she investigates a series of bizarre killings linked to her own dark past.

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This book started off great. The prologue was truly scary and creepy. After that, the book settled into the usual hunt for a serial killer procedural. I liked the main character, CJ. She was a strong ... Read full review

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C.J. Osborn was ten years old when the boogeyman came for her. Ever since, she has feared his return. Now an LAPD cop, C.J. faces danger every day on the streets of Newton Division - Shootin' Newton ... Read full review

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