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Killers
     

Killers

by Steven M. Silver
 
It is 2003: Ellen Parker, now a journalism intern and trying to deal with her demons from violence of a decade ago, watches while in the countryside and small towns of eastern Pennsylvania, someone is stalking and killing women. The killer is not a fool and appears to be quite knowledgeable of police procedures. Disciplined, intelligent, his motives carefully hidden,

Overview

It is 2003: Ellen Parker, now a journalism intern and trying to deal with her demons from violence of a decade ago, watches while in the countryside and small towns of eastern Pennsylvania, someone is stalking and killing women. The killer is not a fool and appears to be quite knowledgeable of police procedures. Disciplined, intelligent, his motives carefully hidden, the killer's violence is escalating. The task force hunting him, including county Deputy Sheriff Craig Morgan, knows they are running out of time.
Ellen has an idea for her paper that is both exciting and terrifying: explore the mind of the killer by interviewing a convicted murderer who has served his time, former psychologist Michael Klemmer. She, Klemmer, and Morgan cross paths with each other and the killer, a man more dangerous than any of them realize, for he has determined to stop his pursuers by hunting them.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016174297
Publisher:
Warped Wolf Publishing
Publication date:
02/24/2013
Series:
The Ellen Parker Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
526 KB

Meet the Author

Steven M. Silver, Ph.D., is the author of the multi-volume Wild Geese Saga science fiction series, three books of poetry ("Victor Echo Zero Five," "American Travelers," and "Hot Chrome, Smooth Leather, and a Red Bandanna"), and co-author of a book on psychotherapy ("Light in the Heart of Darkness: EMDR and the Treatment of War and Terrorism Survivors"). "Killers" is the second of the Ellen Parker novels, the first being “A Dangerous Man.”

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