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She confides in Jake Yeager, the new Director of Security, who has demons of his own. His previous career as a US Marshall, provides him a comprehensive understanding of what the 'hunted' suffer. Years of work with the witness protection program sharpened his suspicion of everyday occurrences. In an effort to provide her protection, he unwittingly sets into motion an escalation and acceleration of violence.
Angie knows time is running out when the stalker leaves a calling card of burned animals and a whispered message on her answering machine, "I wanna touch you as you die.....I wanna touch you as you die..."
Not until the final chapters of the books, does Angie fully comprehend the complexity of the predator. By then, her life and the lives of her friends depend upon her ability to engage the arrogance of the killer long enough for help to arrive.
Posted December 29, 2002
It's obvious that Jan Blankenship is familiar with the pyschotic mind. Artfully paced and plotted, the story mounts to a terrific suspense level. I was exhausted when I finished it! Angie and Jake are engaging characters I hope to meet again in a sequel.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.