An] exceptional storyteller . . . Leave it to Karen] Robards to deliver the start of a series that is distinctive and unforgettable "RT Book Reviews"
A sought-after expert in criminal pathology, Dr. Charlotte Stone regularly sits face-to-face with madmen. At the age of sixteen, she herself survived a serial killer's bloodbath. Because of the information she gave police, the Boardwalk Killer went underground, but Charlie kept her postmortem visions of the victims to herself. Years later, to protect her credibility as a psychological expert, she tells no one about these apparitions. Now a teenage girl is missing, her family slaughtered. The Boardwalk Killer or a sick copycat with his M.O. is back. This is the one case Charlie knows she shouldn t go near. But she also knows that she may be the one person in the world who can stop this vicious killer, especially when she receives help from an unexpected source: The fiery spirit of a seductive bad boy who refuses to be ignored.
Excellent . . . This story is going to haunt you. "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette"
Thrilling . . . a fun and sexy read. "Booklist"
Tantalizing. "Library Journal"
Features a preview of the next Charlotte Stone novel, "The Last Kiss Goodbye.
About the Author
Karen Robards is the bestselling author of twenty-seven novels. The winner of six Silver Pen awards for favorite romance novelist, as well as numerous other awards, she lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband, Doug, and their sons Peter, Christopher, and Jack. She says, "I read, I write, and I chase children. That s my life."
Praise for Karen Robards
“Draw a line between two extremely popular genres, mysteries and romance novels, and in the middle you will find the bestselling Robards. She merges the two worlds like no one else, deftly interlacing plot and passion.”—Albany Times Union
“Robards has a true flair for characterization and excels at adding large doses of humor to the spicy mix.”—RT Book Reviews
“One of the most popular voices in women’s fiction.”—Newsweek
“Robards is one terrific storyteller.”—Chicago Tribune