Truly Disturbed: The Upland Murders (A Jasmine Kincaid Mystery) (Volume 1)
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: Truly Disturbed: The Upland Murders (A ...
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Shadow Man's a hater and he may be watching you.
On Halloween, the first corpse--decomposed and mutilated--is discovered in a small bungalow on a quiet street. It's everybody's worst nightmare as a serial killer descends on this peaceful bedroom community. The Shadow Man's victims are like lambs to the slaughter. But are these victims truly blameless, or did they somehow bring this horror upon themselves?Enter police officer Jasmine Kincaid. Beautiful and fearless, she's determined to make detective before she turns 30. But the Upland murders are her trial by fire. Partnered with veteran homicide detective Bill Hunsacker, Jasmine is destined to play a terrifying game of cat-and-mouse with the Shadow Man, where not just her career is on the line, but her very life.
Ro Ruffalo graduated from UCR with a degree in sociology. She worked as a civilian volunteer in the detective bureau of the Pomona Police Department for more than a decade. Out of that experience she created Jasmine Kincaid, the daring protagonist whom Ruffalo calls "my crime-fighting alter ego."
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