Left to Die

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New American Library, 2003 - Fiction - 370 pages
2 Reviews
Late one night...a single mother accepted a ride home from a woman she didn't know. She wanted to get home safely to her children. She had no idea what she was in for.

Late one night...a man hid himself in the back seat of a car and waited to make his move. The driver and passenger in front were both beautiful women-and perfect victims. He had a plan.

And a gun. And rope.

Late one night...a car was pulled over onto the side of the road, in the middle of nowhere. One woman was forced at gunpoint to do the unthinkable. The other woman watched-and waited for her chance to escape.

Late one night...a woman survived the most horrifying ordeal of her life. But still, she was haunted by the fate of the stranger who gave her a ride. With the help of investigators Capshaw and McSwain, she hoped to find out the truth once and for all. The truth about the maniac she escaped...and the woman she left to die.

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User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

Found this book at a garage sale for almost nothing & thought WTH. Finally got around to reading it & loved it. Definitely worth your time. Will check out other books by this author. Read full review

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User Review  - Karen Hufman - Goodreads

Pretty good book: Ian McSwain and Jenna Capshaw are PI's in outside of San Diego. A young woman shows up asking for help in finding out what became of a woman who she witnessed being raped while she ... Read full review


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