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Jack's Heir by Michael Litchfield
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Jack's Heir

by Michael Litchfield

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A serial killer is stalking young women, seemingly at random. Despite the butchery of the slayings, there is no evidence of rape, and sexual gratification doesn't appear to be a motive. Despite the arbitrary nature of the heinous crimes, there is a template structure to the modus operandi. Detective Inspector Mike Lorenzo and his frustrated team are baffled by this phantom-like mutilator - until eagle-eyed, ex-FBI profiler Tricia Lockwood identifies vital tell-tale clues that tie them all together in a wickedly coherent pattern. With time running out, the final piece in the intricate jigsaw appears to come from the grave.… (more)

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