Missing Persons

Missing Persons

by C. Terry Cline, Jr.

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Missing Persons by C. Terry Cline, Jr.

A riveting, unforgettable story of vengeance stretched to the outer limits of sanity.
Fatal attraction to a charismatic killer--the only apparent link in the lurid slayings of young women across a dozen states, but seemingly enough for criminologist Joanne Fleming to create a psychological profile of the murderer: brilliant, elusive, sometime voyeur, too often an angel of no mercy, the awful truth of him cloaked in his "innocent"--and irresistible--sexual allure. Fleming, the professional, seeks rehabilitation, not retribution. What she finds--and what finds her--is a fight to the last ounce of cunning and courage for the life of her teen-age daughter against a man out to teach the expert a lesson she will never forget.
Through the swamps and bayous of Florida, and the mired channels of the criminal justice system, Joanne Fleming's professional and personal lives collide, as mother and murderer track each other in an intricate--and ultimately intimate--dance of death-and-survival.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158480836
Publisher: River's Edge Media, LLC
Publication date: 06/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 332
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

C. Terry Cline Jr. was born in Birmingham, Alabama “on a train going out,” he always said, because his family moved often during his youth. Terry looked at life as a big adventure and aspired to be a writer from an early age, despite the fact that he hated school. His relationship with traditional learning and his desire to escape authority to his natural environs was captured in Judith Richards's novel, Summer Lightning, set in Belle Glade, Florida.
Writing was an early interest, and he was selling articles on nature and short stories by age seventeen. As an adult, and creator of his own advertising and public relations business, Terry once trained a chimpanzee to bowl – a unique way to draw crowds to newly opened bowling alleys. He traveled the U.S. with Judy the “Chimpion” Bowler, appearing on every major TV outlet. The outgrowth of working with a chimp was a magazine, Land Alive, and an educational program on animals offered to schools.
At age 37, Terry sold his business to concentrate on writing novels. The first of his ten novels of psychological suspense sold after a three year effort. Cline was called a “master of suspense” by more than one reviewer. He finished his last work, The Cordoba Connection, a few months before suffering a stroke, which resulted in his death in 2013.
C. Terry Cline’s wife of thirty-four years, author Judith Richards, collaborated with him in the writing of all his works.

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