Lady Killer

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Detective Jaz Ballantine loses the best friend he has ever had when his foster brother is murdered. As the bodies pile up in the morgue, Jaz realizes that he has a serial killer on his hands - with one significant difference. This one has a completely different method of operating: All of the victims are young, single, handsome, male, and African-American.
When his foster father, Ed, begs him to bring GQ's killer to justice, Jaz agrees. He knows that it is a promise he will ...

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Overview

Detective Jaz Ballantine loses the best friend he has ever had when his foster brother is murdered. As the bodies pile up in the morgue, Jaz realizes that he has a serial killer on his hands - with one significant difference. This one has a completely different method of operating: All of the victims are young, single, handsome, male, and African-American.
When his foster father, Ed, begs him to bring GQ's killer to justice, Jaz agrees. He knows that it is a promise he will honor, to the death if need be. And as much as he hates to do it, Jaz turns to his ex-wife, the gorgeous Dhana, to profile the killer.

True loves die hard, and Dhana does not want to admit that all her old emotions for her former husband are stirred to fever pitch every time she lays eyes on him. But her sense of justice and a growing conviction that no one is safe with this killer on the loose causes her to give in and to work closely with Jaz on the case.

As a prominent psychologist, Dhana soon draws the attention of the media, and the killer contacts her. Secure in the invulnerability of action, the killer begins to give away little pieces of valuable information, clues which lead Dhana to one inescapable conclusion: The most dangerous serial killer in Atlanta's history is a woman!

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  • ISBN-13: 9781411603233
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 12/28/2000
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2013

    Ok read.

    I like this author, this particular book in places is a little slow, characters are likeable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2011

    McFarland's got a wicked way with words!

    And she uses them to bring a killer to life. The fact that the killer is a lady will have you looking over your shoulder for a long time!

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