You can't reason with a killer...
On Sale: January 4, 2011
Featuring: Deacon Garrison; Eva Rayburn
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Every Serial Killer Knows. . .
The vicious burns scarring the victims’ flesh reveal the
agony of their last moments. Each woman was branded with a
star, then stabbed through the heart. With every death, a
vengeful killer finds a brief, blissful moment of calm. But
soon it’s time for the bloodshed to start again…
The Perfect Time. . .
Ten years ago, Eva Rayburn and her sorority sisters were
celebrating the end of the school year. That party turned
into a nightmare Eva can’t forget. Now she’s trying to
start over in her Virginia hometown, but a new nightmare
has begun. Every victim is linked to her. And Detective
Deacon Garrison isn’t sure whether this mysterious woman
needs investigating—or protecting…
To Make His Mark
Only Eva’s death will bring peace. Only her tortured
screams will silence the rage that has been building for
ten long years. Because what started that night at the
sorority can never be stopped—not until the last victim has
been marked for death…
11 comments posted.
Love your playlist.
(Vikki Parman 12:00pm January 7, 2011)
Yellow Submarine - The Beatles reminds me of anything 60's.
(Sue Farrell 12:21pm January 7, 2011)
When you've read so many books, sometimes the characters tend to intertwine. My music likes vary from classical to easy listening lite rock. You can forget about rap, though. lol Anyway, Scheherezade will whisk me away to any book with an Arabian theme to it. I can picture myself tormenting my lover for 1001 nights. lol That piece takes me back to my high school days when I played the cello, and I've always loved the piece. There are songs by Michael Buble that could be used in any number of romance novels, for sure! He does have a smooth way with his voice and words. Misery by Coldplay could be used in some romances as well, but the names of the books escape me. I have read so many over the years. My tastes are ecclectic, as are my tastes in books. It depends on my mood at the time. One day I may be in the mood for a dripping romance, the next time I might want a light-hearted comedy or a crime novel. On that note, perhaps I should be listening to the song Unwriten. lol
(Peggy Roberson 12:31pm January 7, 2011)
I love music...always something for whatever mood I am in! Never thought of a song or songs connecting to a character though...
(Colleen Conklin 12:38pm January 7, 2011)
I have never connected a particular song to a book or character even.
(Mary Preston 3:33pm January 7, 2011)
Congrats on the new release. I've never associated a song with a particular book, but some of my favorites are U2's "With or Without You," and The Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony."
(Jane Cheung 3:52pm January 7, 2011)
I'm not a music person; even when driving I usually have an audio book on.
(Diane Sadler 7:30pm January 7, 2011)
I've never connected a book with a song. I love Katy Perry, I might see a singer as someone described in a book, but not the other way around. ~ : )
(Brenda Rupp 7:40pm January 7, 2011)
Songs tend to "get" to me, too. I like plenty of oldies because I think of where I was when I first heard them. I also like to hear what I call "my song" like the ones from first dates and other interesting experiences. Coldplay, Duffy and Nickelback are some of the tunes I listen to.
(Alyson Widen 8:51pm January 7, 2011)
music can definitly effect the mood!
(Diane Sallans 9:27pm January 7, 2011)
When I read it wouldn't matter if ACDC was blasting through the
house, if it's a good book it takes me places that I've yet to
(Lisa Richards 12:10pm January 9, 2011)
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