Sign in. Who is the young woman and where is the rest of her body? Sergeant Corinne Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes soon discover they are up against an unidentified psychopath targeting women with specific physical features. Can they find him in time to prevent another brutal murder?
Most of the Winnebago characters from her first thriller, Murder in Winnebago County, have returned for this adventure, but the villian they are after is far more frightening. James Patterson. The 8th Confession. Tess Gerritsen. Patricia Cornwell. The Medical Examiner. Don't Let Go. Harlan Coben. Love is Murder. Sandra Brown. Lee Child. Without Pity. Ann Rule. Sara Paretsky.
Some Degree of Murder. Frank Zafiro. Winter Kill. Josh Lanyon. Lisa Jackson. Cotton FBI - Episode Mario Giordano. The Society. Michael Palmer. Antiques Knock-Off. Barbara Allan. The Misbegotten Son. Jack Olsen. Critical Pursuit. Janice Cantore. Linda Fairstein Boxed Set. Linda Fairstein. Critical Condition. Sandra Orchard. Editors of Reader's Digest. Cold Moonlight. Carla Neggers. Down to the Wire. Laura Scott.
Dark Justice. Brandilyn Collins. Midnight Shadows. Carol J. Fugitive Bride. Paula Graves. Sleep Softly. Gwen Hunter. The Last Horseman. The Great Christmas Caper. Madison Johns. Women-in-Prison Short Stories: No! Mommy, No! Heather Heaton. The Weight of Night. Christine Carbo.
Collateral Damage. Hannah Alexander. No Safe Haven. Virginia Vaughan. Judas Horse. April Smith. At Close Range. Tara Taylor Quinn. Area 51 Murders. Bob Moats. Strip Poker. Nancy Bartholomew. Les Edgerton. Lee Goodman. Country Hardball. Steve Weddle. Erin McHugh.
Julia Keller. Holding Mercy. Detective Gage Santana is trying to be fair, to cover all bases, to keep an open mind. Solving the crime, keeping everyone around him safe and avoiding his own demise will require all his considerable abilities. Gaudet is a Canadian fiction writer whose writing has a vein of darkness to it.
Stiletto readers will find themselves engrossed in her irresistible stories, that ultimately prove to be unpredictable, unique and unforgettable. A young woman is found discarded with the trash, brutally beaten and left for dead. More bodies begin to appear, left where they are sure to be found and cause a media frenzy.
Overcome by a blind rage that leaves him wallowing in remorse with the bodies of victim after victim. He is desperate to stop killing. The search for the killer will lead to his dark secret buried in the past, something much larger than a man-on-woman killing spree.
William McAllister is a private and reclusive man who does not like to have attention drawn on his family. His family history is as dark as the secret hiding in the woods. Just as he begins to bring his troubled son into the family business, a serial killer starts preying on local young women. The McAllisters quickly find themselves drawn into the spotlight when the town decides William McAllister is the killer. The attention is a threat to both William McAllister's profession and his family. He has no choice but to find the killer himself.
He might not like what he learns. Take a step back into time to learn to secret behind the bodies in Where the Bodies Are. Together they have 5 children, 1 grandchild, 2 cats, and a dog. He is currently hard at work on his next Chase story. To learn more check out his website at www. Meanwhile, enjoy the memories, surprises and dangers of this breakthrough novel. However, nobody has ever come forward to admit to having had, or being, the baby.
Until now. Tyson Chase is a retired Detroit cop turned bar owner. When Caroline Wolf asks him to find her baby, the one she had at Woodstock, the chase is on. Mickey Hoffman was born in Chicago, and attended public schools where she acquired the strong suspicion that some of her teachers might be human. She wasn't able to prove this fanciful thinking until much later, when she became a high school teacher herself. Before landing in the halls of academia, she worked in a variety of jobs, including computer typesetting and wholesale frozen fish sales.
The author is also a printmaker and painter and resides on the West Coast with her long suffering mate, eight marine aquariums and a very large cat. Education can be mysterious and deadly, or so she asserts in her thrillers:. Girls are disappearing from Standard High while the local sex trade flourishes.
Their absences are barely noticed in the worst school in Arbor City, CA, where turnover and truancy are facts of life. Kendra Desola, the only faculty member likely to care, is on a leave of absence. Searching for the missing girls, Kendra enters a dark world where passports and flesh are currency, and knowledge can be fatal. School is murder if you are not a particularly good student. It's also murder if you are a manipulative, coercive vice-principal whom everyone would like to see dead. The problem is the person whom the police suspect of the crime is our innocent heroine.
After a career in which her writing largely consisted of training manuals and memos, in which clarity was the holy grail, Carole is thrilled to be writing fiction and memoir. She lives in the beautiful and rural Hudson Valley of New York. Carole gets around, having been to about 50 countries so far.
She has also been in several amateur orchestras, and all of these experiences inform this gripping mystery. Emily suspects it may have been something else. A former peace office and a trusted public official, Christine Husom is also a consummate writer of murder mysteries. She lives in Minnesota, the setting of her thrillers, along with her family.
She enjoys solving mysteries in real life as well. Often she ponders whether it is the crisp, cold winters that clear the cobwebs from her mind so she can create tales. A man phones the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department, frantically reporting his brother is armed with a large dagger and on his way to the county to sacrifice himself.
Sergeant Corinne Aleckson takes the call, learning the alarming reasons behind the young man's death wish. When the department investigates, they plunge into the alleged criminal activities of a hidden cult, and disturbing cover-up of an old closed-case shooting death. It seems the only hope for identifying the woman lies in a photo which was buried with bags of money under her body. Murder in Winnebago County features a the most unlikely serial killer in the most unlikely little Minnesota town.
The clever murderer leaves a dramatically growing chain of apparent suicides who have everything, and nothing, in common. As her intuition helps her draw the case together, Sgt.
Corky Aleckson doesn't realize that she has made herself the killer's next target. Who is the young woman and where is the rest of her body? Sergeant Corrine Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes soon discover they are up against an unidentified psychopath targeting women with specific physical features. The cause of death is not apparent, and the significance of why he was placed there is a mystery.
Christine Husom has once again captured the essence of a rural Minnesota mystery as she draws readers into the Secret in Whitetail Lake. When the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department stumbles upon a car at the bottom of Whitetail Lake, what appears to be a probable accident from three decades earlier, turns into something far more sinister that makes this story a page turner.