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Killing Spree

by Kevin O'Brien

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Although I enjoyed the writing and the story, since I had read the other story with these characters there seemed like a lot of back story, almost more than it being this story ( )
  Jill_James | Apr 26, 2012 |
When a serial killer gets a taste for blood...he only wants to do one thing...kill and kill again...

Years ago, the Seattle police were baffled by the Schoolgirl Murders. The killer staged the scenes, dressing his female victims in school girl uniforms and saddle shoes. No woman in Seattle felt safe, until they caught the man responsible, and the case was forgotten…

Across the country, a killing spree is taking place. The first victim is attacked in a taxi by a mysterious stranger. The next is found strangled in a changing room. A hitchhiker is left by the side of the road, his identity brutally stolen. The murders are so bizarre, so random, no one would think to connect them…

Only Seattle writer Gillian McBride sees the disturbing coincidences between all the murders – and it’s hitting too close to home. Somehow, she is the link between the past and the present – and to a twisted serial killer who shows no signs of stopping…

The concept of a serial killer killing people in exactly the same way as they were killed in the books was great. This was my first book I ever read by this author but it was good enough to get me hooked on trying other books by him. If you love suspense/thrillers than you have to try out a Kevin O'Brien book. ( )
  Cherylk | May 25, 2008 |
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Years after capturing the man responsible for the Schoolgirl Murders that terrorized Seattle, a new killing spree, involving a series of seemingly unconnected murders, begins, and only Seattle writer Gillian McBride sees the terrifying coincidences between all the killings and realizes that she is the only link between past and present and to a twisted serial killer.
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Years ago, the Seattle police were baffled by the Schoolgirl Murders. No woman in Seattle felt safe, until they caught the man responsible, and the case was forgotten. Now the killings have started again and only Seattle writer Gillian McBride sees the disturbing coincidences between all the murders.… (more)

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