Next Victim

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New American Library, 2002 - Fiction - 374 pages
He calls himself Mobius - and he's a serial killer who has eluded the FBI for years. Catching him is an obsession for Agent Tess McCallum. He murdered her lover. And now he's resurfaced in a new state with a new identity. And a new means of killing. Her name is Amanda Pierce. She's on the run from the feds - wanted for the theft of a military chemical weapon. In an exclusive Los Angeles hotel, she meets with Mobius. It's the last date of her life. But for Mobius, it's the beginning of a life-or-death game. His opponent is Tess McCallum. And the stakes are not one victim, not two victims ... but thousands.

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User Review  - Zumbanista - LibraryThing

Graphic, hard hitting police procedural featuring a too-good-to-be-true female FBI agent. Fast paced action with a far fetched reveal, imo. Decent enough but a touch flat for me. Read full review

Review: Next Victim (Abby Sinclair and Tess McCallum #2)

User Review  - RedRedtheycallmeRed - Goodreads

Just like all the other Michael Prescott books I've read, I enjoyed this one. It was fast paced, had some humorous moments, and was nail-bitingly intense. Tess is a great protagonist, she was tough ... Read full review

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