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Bestselling author and Edgar Award finalist Brian Freeman delivers a chilling tale of psychological suspense set in the dead cold of a Minnesota winter…

Lieutenant Jonathan Stride knows his partner Maggie Bei is in trouble when she reports a deadly crime on a bitter winter night. She’s obviously hiding a terrible secret. And her silence only feeds suspicion. But Maggie isn’t the only one keeping secrets. A seductive young woman has disappeared, leaving behind a stash of lurid ...

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Overview

Bestselling author and Edgar Award finalist Brian Freeman delivers a chilling tale of psychological suspense set in the dead cold of a Minnesota winter…

Lieutenant Jonathan Stride knows his partner Maggie Bei is in trouble when she reports a deadly crime on a bitter winter night. She’s obviously hiding a terrible secret. And her silence only feeds suspicion. But Maggie isn’t the only one keeping secrets. A seductive young woman has disappeared, leaving behind a stash of lurid fantasies and a cryptic message. I know who it is. Now it’s up to Stride and his lover, homicide cop turned private investigator Serena Dial, to uncover a sordid web of violence and voyeurism that someone is willing to kill to keep hidden. Meanwhile, a predator with a vicious past is hunting them both—with a terrifying plan for revenge on the frozen lakes of Duluth... 

“A perfect blend of psychological suspense and crime fiction.”—Chicago Tribune

“Chilling and heart-thumping.”—Minneapolis StarTribune

“Crammed with twists and studded with sex and violence; a mysterious, even mystical, sense of place; and a well-crafted set of characters.”— Publishers Weekly

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When Maggie Sorenson, a cop in Duluth, MN, finds her husband murdered in their home, she knows the spouse is always the prime suspect. Jonathan Stride, her partner, her best friend, and the chief of detectives, is off the case but trying to help, as is his lover, Serena, an ex-cop from Las Vegas and now a private investigator. Stride also is busy with an old murder case and a newly missing woman, while Serena is in the middle of a disturbing blackmail case. A vicious convict who literally escaped from the dead returns from Serena's past, and there are more murders-and perhaps more than one killer. Minnesota winter weather makes a stark backdrop to vivid depictions of Duluth neighborhoods, but it is the twists and turns of the complex plot that drive this heated tale. Freeman just keeps outdoing himself with each book. This third thriller involving Stride and Serena (after Immoraland Stripped) is a striking display of skilled storytelling that will have readers surprised more than once well before the shocking ending. Highly recommended for fiction collections.
—Roland Person

Kirkus Reviews
An escaped murderer stalks the woman who helped put him away. A sudden, violent storm causes a police car to flounder helplessly-an ill wind if there ever was one. Before the storm subsides, two cops are dead, and the convict/monster they were escorting back to prison has escaped, consumed with the quest for vengeance. The woman who tipped off the cops, enabling them to capture and jail him, must be made to pay in a way commensurate with his "ten years in hell." Her punishment will be painful, he promises himself; deliciously slow, and erotically satisfying. His target is Serena Dial, currently a private eye in Duluth. More importantly, she's the lover of Lt. Jonathan Stride, Duluth's chief of detectives (Stripped, 2006, etc.), who already has an overload on his plate. Maggie Sorenson, Stride's longtime colleague, is the prime suspect in the fatal shooting of her unfaithful husband. So Stride must confront a pair of scary cases in which the only two women who really matter to him are central figures. Few readers will be surprised when the cases connect. Not much that's fresh here, and the endless stretches of expository dialogue don't help. Agent: Deborah Schneider/Gelfman Schneider Literary Agents Inc.
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“Brian Freeman is a first-rate storyteller. STALKED is scary, fast-paced, and refreshingly well written….Freeman has another winner.”—#1 Bestselling Author Nelson DeMille

“A perfect blend of psychological suspense and crime fiction.”—Chicago Tribune

“Chilling and heart-thumping.”—Minneapolis StarTribune

“Crammed with twists and studded with sex and violence; a mysterious, even mystical, sense of place; and a well-crafted set of characters.”— Publishers Weekly

“Perfect pacing and a haunting, engrossing mystery….another work that from beginning to end is impossible to put down.”—Bookreporter.com

“Freeman delivers a swift plot packed with satisfying twists."— Booklist

“A striking display of skilled storytelling that will have readers surprised more than once well before the shocking ending. Highly recommended.”—Library Journal

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433209659
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/2008
  • Series: Jonathan Stride Series , #3
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Pages: 11
  • Product dimensions: 6.77 (w) x 6.29 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Brian Freeman

Brian Freeman is the internationally bestselling author of psychological suspense novels featuring detectives Jonathan Stride and Serena Dial. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 18 languages. His debut thriller, Immoral, won the Macavity Award and was a nominee for the Edgar, Dagger, Anthony, and Barry awards for best first novel. His other novels include The Bone House, The Burying Place, and In the Dark. Brian is drawn to complex characters, and says, “My stories are about the hidden intimate motives that draw people across some terrible lines.” Brian and his wife, Marcia, have lived in Minnesota for more than twenty years.

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Stalked


By Freeman, Brian St. Martin's Minotaur
Copyright © 2008
Freeman, Brian
All right reserved.


ISBN: 9780312363277

Chapter 1 Maggie awoke with a start, dreaming about sex. She wondered if she had dreamed the gunshot, too. 
She lay tangled in the black sheets, her skin moist with a sheen of sweat. As she blinked, her brain tried to stutter out of the dreamworld, but the nightmare held her in its grip. Her eyes were open, but she was blind. She felt impossibly strong hands on her body, holding her down. A stench of dead fish overwhelmed her nostrils and made her want to vomit, but her mouth was clamped shut. She thumped against his flesh with her fists, but it was as if she were a fly tapping against a glass window, trying to get out and getting nowhere. He laughed at her, a mean rumble of pleasure. She screamed.
Her eyes snapped open. She was awake. Except she wasn’t.
Stride was sitting on her bed. She heard herself say, “Hey, boss,” making it sound seductive, which it wasn’t. He was smiling at her, his eyes maddeningly dark and ironic. She opened her arms wide, and he came into them, and she was ready to taste his kiss when he crumbled into sand.
That was when she heard it. Muffled and distant. Bang.
Maggie sat up in bed. Her breaths pounded in and out of her chest. She looked at the clock on her nightstand and saw that it was three in the morning. She had been asleep for two hours, although it wasn’t sleep so much as a drunken unconsciousness filled with strange dreams. That was all they hadbeen—dreams.
Except she wondered about the gunshot. Something had awakened her. Maybe it was Eric, moving around restlessly downstairs. Or maybe it was the violent wind outside, making the timbers groan. She sat in bed silently, her ears pricked up. Snow had begun—she could see the white rain through the window—and tiny flakes of ice hissed like whispers on the glass. She listened for footsteps, but she heard nothing.
She remembered what Stride always told her. Never listen to worries that come to you in the middle of the night.
Maggie realized she was cold. The bedroom was drafty, and her skin was damp. Even in January, she slept only in panties, not liking the confines of clothes under the blankets, but it meant she often woke up freezing. She got out of bed and scrambled to the thermostat, bumping it up several degrees. Down in the bowels of the house, the furnace rumbled to life, breathing warm air into the room.
She went to her closet to grab a robe. There was a full-length mirror on the door, and Maggie stopped to look at herself in the moonlit shadows. She had spent years finding things wrong with her body. She was too short, not even five feet tall, and too skinny, with bony limbs and breasts that were like twin bunny slopes. Like a doll in her mid-thirties. Her black hair was cut as it always was, in straight bangs across her forehead. She was pretty—everyone told her that. She didn’t see it. Her nose was small and pert, but her cheeks were too round. Her almond-shaped Asian eyes were so dark as to be almost black, with a few yellow flecks in an irregular pattern. Her features were too symmetrical. She could make her face do amazing things, twisting it into sarcastic expressions, making her mouth into a tiny O rimmed with cherry-red lips, like a fish gulping for air. But pretty? She didn’t think so.
She held up a forearm. There were goose bumps on her honey-colored skin. She took a hand and laid it on her bare, flat stomach and watched herself in the mirror as she rubbed her abdomen in slow circles. Her vision blurred as she began to cry. She opened the door so she didn’t have to look at herself anymore and slipped a silk robe off a hanger. She shrugged it on and tied it with a tight knot.
Maggie turned away, sniffled, and wiped her eyes. She felt dwarfed by the huge master bedroom and its massive mahogany furniture. On the far wall was a burgundy dresser, taller than she was; she had to stand on tiptoes to see inside the top drawer. Four hand-carved wooden posts loomed on each corner of the great empty stretch of the king-sized bed. It was too much bed for her by herself, which was how it had been for weeks. She hated even being near it.
She took a step and her head spun. She still felt the effects of the wine she had drunk in the park. She steadied herself with a hand on her nightstand. When she looked down, she saw her shield and felt all the complex emotions that came with ten years on the job. She hadn’t expected to be working now, but there was a part of her that couldn’t leave the Detective Bureau, that wanted and needed to be with Stride. Or maybe it was because, step-by-step, the rest of her life had become a horror in the past year, and being on the job was a way to forget.
She stared down at the nightstand again and felt unease worm its way into her stomach. Something was wrong. She mentally retraced her steps, what she had done, where she had gone, hoping she had simply made a drunken error. But she hadn’t. She had come upstairs and dropped her shield, her wallet, her gun, her keys, on the nightstand by the clock.
Now her gun wasn’t there.  It had been an ugly Wednesday night. Bitter cold, the way January always was. By ten o’clock, Eric hadn’t come home. Maggie had ginned up the courage to talk to him, but when he didn’t show up, she felt herself growing angry. He had been secretive and withdrawn in the week since the holidays. She couldn’t blame him for that. They had been strangers for weeks, arguing constantly. It was her fault. She was the one who had closed herself off, who had shut him out, because she couldn’t deal with everything that had happened to her.
She grew sick of waiting for him and left the house. She took a bottle of chardonnay and a corkscrew. She bundled up in her Russian sable coat, a wedding gift that she didn’t wear often, but it was warm and made her feel like royalty. The snow hadn’t started yet, and the streets were clear. She drove down into the city, which was still festive with holiday lights, and then north along the shoreline drive until she came to a turnoff by the lake. It was deserted. She parked and opened the wine. When she got out of the truck, the wind blasted her face, but she ignored it as she followed a snowy trail to the dark, moving mass of Lake Superior. The stars winked down at her, undimmed by the glow of lights from the city to the south. The branches on the evergreens drooped with snow. Her boots sank into the drifts. Her coat hung to her midthighs, and between the fur and her boots, the cold slashed at her legs.
There was no ice growing from the shore here; the water moved too fast. Only in the worst stretches of winter was the cold powerful enough to send a tentative sheet of ice a few hundred feet into the lake. Instead, there was nothing but angry midnight swells now, frigid whitecaps breaking on the rocks and undulating hills of water that looked like sea monsters wriggling toward the beach.
She tipped the wine bottle to her lips and drank. It was chilled and dry. She had skipped dinner, and the wine went straight to her head. She felt sorry for herself, but with each swig of wine, she cared less and less. She stayed there for an hour, until the wine was gone and her limbs were numb. She threw the empty bottle end-over-end into the fierce waves. She thought about lying down in the snow and not getting up.
Take off her clothes. Die of exposure.
But no. Even though she had nothing to go home to, she knew it was time to go. She climbed unsteadily back to the parking lot and sat, thawing, inside the truck. Her mouth felt stiff. Her face was pale, and her hair was crusted with snow. She was like the Tin Man, rusted over, needing oil.
She drove home slowly, feeling the effects of the wine. Her street was dark and quiet at one in the morning. Everyone had turned off the lights in their big houses and crawled under their goose down comforters. When she opened the garage, she saw that Eric was home, too. He would be sleeping in his office. She thought about waking him up and doing what she had planned to do, but it could wait until morning.
She stripped off her fur coat in the hallway, not even turning on a light. There was an antique chest near the door, underneath a brass mirror. Something was sitting on the varnished wood. Eric had left it behind when he came in. It was a black ceramic coffee mug, and under it, a small folded note with her name scrawled on it in Eric’s handwriting. The mug still had remnants of coffee grounds in it.
She unfolded the paper. Even in the dim light, she could make out the words:
I know who it is.
Maggie stared at the note long and hard. It was the same old song, the same tired accusation. She was angry that he still didn’t trust her. She crumpled the note into a tiny ball, shoved it into her pocket, and went upstairs to sleep.  Where was her gun?
She could think of only one explanation. Eric had taken it. He had come into their room and taken it off her nightstand. She had not dreamed the gunshot. Except it made no sense at all. Eric was not suicidal; he was a life force, energetic, passionate, pushing his limits. And hers.
Maggie saw a cone of white light shoot through the bedroom. Instinctively, she crouched, then crawled to the picture window that overlooked the lake. She stood up, out of sight, and edged her face against the cold glass until she could see. The blackness in the room kept her hidden. She saw headlights on a car parked fifty yards away, and as she watched, the car accelerated, its wheels spinning in slushy snow as it did a U-turn and vanished. She couldn’t see its make or color.
She waited, watching the street. Snow was falling outside, big wet flakes streaking the window. She stared straight down and saw footprints in the white dust, leaving a track down her driveway to the street. Already the wind and snow were making the indentations fade.
Maggie ran for the bedroom door. Turning the knob, she hesitated, then threw it open. The hall was filled with vast shadows. She took a chance and said quietly, “Eric?” She said it again, louder.
“Eric!”
She heard only the oppressive silence of the house. She smelled the air and caught the stale odor of beef she had made for a dinner that went uneaten. Maggie kept close to the wall as she went downstairs. She glanced in the living room and dining room and found them empty. Her feet were bare, and the floors were cold. She tugged the robe tighter and crept up on the open door to Eric’s office. She wished she had a weapon.
Near the doorway, she heard dripping. Slow and steady. Drops falling into a pool. Her stomach lurched. She reached around the doorway and clicked on the light, squinting as the brightness dazzled her eyes. From inside, the noise kept on: drip, drip, drip. There was a new smell, too, one with which she was very familiar.
When she went into the office, Eric was there, limbs sprawled, blood forming creeks down his face, soaking the sheets, and splattering into red puddles on the slick floor. A gunshot wound burrowed into his forehead. She didn’t run to her husband. There was no point—he was already gone. He was one more body in the hundreds she had seen over the years. Her eyes studied the room by instinct, a detective hunting for answers. She found none, only a terrible mystery—her gun, which had been on her nightstand when she went to sleep, was now in the middle of the floor. Smoke mingled with the mineral stench of blood.
Maggie wished she could cry. More than anything, she wanted to crumple to her knees and weep and ask God how this could have happened. But when she looked inside herself, she had nothing left. She bit her lip, stared at the man she had once loved, and knew that as bad as her life had been in the past year, it was about to get worse.  Copyright © 2008 by Brian Freeman. All rights reserved.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2010

    Great Read

    I had not read this author previously, found the hardcover on the discount section. I was so taken, I finished the book within hours. I also gauge an author on how honest he keeps me, ie will I skip to the end to see how it ends because the suspense is killing me, or, his writing is so good, much as I want to know how it ends, I have to let him play it out. Brian kept me honest and it was well worth it. I heartily endorse this book and will buy more by him.

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  • Posted October 17, 2009

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    Brian Freeman has written another winner.

    I really enjoyed this book. It has some really good plot twists and just when you think you know who done it, he shakes it up and you find out you really have know idea who done it. There is something happening in this town that is taboo and some people may have a hard time with the topic, but it is a great conversation starter! Overall it's a great book and I strongly recommend it!

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  • Posted March 21, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    Full of Plot Twists

    This book is way better than Freeman's last effort (Stripped). Serena and Stride have moved to Diluth Minnesota and Stride's partner (Maggie) is accused of murdering her husband. Maggie claims her innocence but she cannot provide any information because she is hiding another secret. Stride is off the case because of his possible conflict of interest. Then Serena is hired by the DA (Dan) to look for a blackmailer while Stride goes to help the DA's wife.

    The plot goes in many directions and as confusing as it is, if the reader has patience, everything starts to make sense later on. To provide more details about the plot would create spoilers. Let's just say that the story never gets boring and there are some extremely tense moments. I couldn't put this book down!

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  • Posted February 9, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Stalked

    I read every one of his books and they only get better. Would highly recommend this to all. It was a book that was hard to put down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2008

    Wonderful story-telling!!

    This is a major page-turner, I could not put it down!! First mystery that all of the lose ends were tied up, and it all made sense!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2008

    Best one in the Jonathan Stride Series

    Brian Freeman is a talented author who has just given us his best in the Jonathan Stride series. He leads you to the facts in one way ( you think you have it), then he takes you and turns them the other way which of course keeps you turning those pages while on the edge of your seat until the last page is turned. His new Stride book, Unsolved, will be out in February '09 and I for one can't wait. I hope they continue for a long, long time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2008

    JDO book lover

    Freeman gets better with every book! I read this in a day! This book is filled with many plot twists. I really liked it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2008

    Freeman's books will not disappoint

    Brian Freeman's Stalked flows nicely, never boring and has nice twists at the end. His first two books have me hooked. My normal authors have been letting me down, Freeman is fresh.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2008

    Terrific!!

    Once again Brian Freeman, and lead character Stride, has 'hit the mark'. STALKED is a wonderful read, with lots of action, a great pace, and, believable characters. It's truly impossible not to enjoy this book. Can't wait for the next adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2008

    Another Winner

    This is his best book yet 'sure I will say that about the next one!' Won't bother repeating what others have said about the plot etc. This book grabbed me so that I read until the 'wee small hours' to finish it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2008

    Loved this book

    I was recently introduced to Brain Freeman books. I just completed my first, 'Stalked' and now starting 'Immoral'. I couldn't put this book down. It was great! Keep the books coming!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2008

    It's all been said before, but is so....

    worth repeating... The best of the best, and yet I'd have to say that's what I thought with my first ever Brian Freeman title 'Immoral'. I highly recommend not only the above title, but do yourself a huge favor and start with 'Immoral', move on to 'Stripped' and complete the pleasure trip with 'Stalked'. With wonderful characters, terrific plot lines, twists and turns galore, not to mention great writing, you certainly can't go wrong with any of these books. Enjoy the reading!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2008

    fantastic read

    an outstanding read you won't be able to put this one down brian freeman pulls you into the plot and keeps you there

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2008

    captivating

    I have read all of Brian's books and I have found them captivating and hard to put down.Brian puts you in all of the scenes and places he writes about. I highly recomend this book and also the previous books of Brian's. He is great and can't wait for the next one to come out..... Keep up the good work.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2008

    You MUST read this book!!

    This is Brian Freeman's third book and all 3 are fabulous. The book has twists & turns and keeps you guessing until the very end. Enjoyable from page 1 until the last. Please, please read this book and also read his first two (Immoral & Stripped).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2012

    Gemfire to Emberheart

    Miss you. Go to stalked by jaid black. I left u a post there. Ill also fill u n on everything thats happened since we chatted last. Thx. ~ Gemfire

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  • Posted July 6, 2012

    WOW!!

    One of my new favorite authors. I read A LOT of books and this one was flawless. Scary psychological thriller with interesting characters and a frightening premise. I could not put this book down and immediately rushed out to get the others in the series. This was a seriously good book.
    If you liked this book, I would also recommend: Lee Child, Philip Margolin and Tess Gerritsen.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2012

    Emberheart to gemfire

    Hii

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2012

    To sneakclan- READ THIS IS BLOODS ATTACK

    *vpcats started running in attacking cats alao kits and elders blood says blood will rulevthe wild

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2012

    Don't know=Afraid

    Fear is the key to madness.

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