Cam's colleagues at the Bureau and his girlfriend tell him to get behind a desk, to leave the investigation to other agents. But Cam has painstakingly built a portrait of the terrorist, and he alone has a snowball's chance in hell of predicting Kort's next target. Except hell is a much kinder, gentler place than where Cam's headed into Kort's depraved world of madness and revenge.
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About the Author
Ridley Pearson is a New York Times bestselling author of crime fiction (Probable Cause, Middle of Nowhere); suspense/horror (The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer); and children's chapter books (coauthor of Peter and the Starcatchers). His forty-plus novels include Undercurrents, Chain of Evidence, and The Body of David Hayes. In 1991 he became the first American to be awarded the Raymond Chandler/ Fulbright Fellowship in detective fiction at Oxford University.
Ridley, his wife, Marcelle, and their two daughters currently divide their time between the Midwest and the Northern Rockies.
Hometown:St. Louis, Missouri
Date of Birth:March 13, 1953
Place of Birth:Glen Cove, New York
Education:Kansas University, B.A., Brown University
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have thoroughly enjoyed every one of his books. I highly recommend rhis one.
Was my first read of Ridley Pearson. Figured I would give it a go and I was really impressed. A great stand alone title. Book was well written. Alot of suspense and twists in this book. Since reading this I have went on to read nearly all his other titles and he is hands down one of the best I have read along with Connelly. Definitely would recommend this book or any other book Ridley is a part of to folks.