Tensions at home explode into cat-and-mouse terror, with Annie desperately, secretly, trying to investigate….
Charlie Sparkes peeks out to see his mother and another young woman brutally shot. Hysterical, the brave child bolts into the cold November night for help. Homicide Detective Kerri Blasco arrives to find one woman dead next to the blood soaked rug where Rachel Sparkes was badly wounded. Her child has been taken to the hospital, but lies in bed mute and traumatized. Will she be able to help him and find the monster who did this horrible crime?
She finds herself more emotionally obsessed with this case than with any other, despite onrushing danger to herself… Click here A serial killer texts his victims first…. Detective Kerri Blasco is called to a bizarre murder scene. Kerri and her team profile a monstrous killer who enjoys terrifying his victims before stalking and killing them. But how does he get their phone numbers? Kerri vows to stop the madman — even if it means battling her own personal trauma, risking her job, her love relationship with her boss Alex Brand, and her life.
Accused of murder, she feels torn between her husband, a successful defense attorney, and a mysterious, kind man who wants to help. Can she trust either of them — or even her friends? Detective Kerri Blasco battles her police bosses believing Mari is innocent…but is she? Click here A sensitive woman fearing insanity… Liddy Barron, an artist, was injured in a hit-and-run accident that left her with recurring nightmares, gaps in her memory, and an increasing obsession in the disappearance of a coed named Sasha Perry.
Was Sasha murdered?
And when a woman miscarries in the hospital and then disappears, Jill frantically searches for her — following a terrifying path that seems to link all the victims: Is someone playing with life…and the structures of human life itself? Click here The heart-stopping ending of Embryo has created a new crisis… Intern Jill Raney and the man she loves, obstetrical resident David Levine, barely escaped death at the hands of a madman.
The awful scene, captured by news choppers, became a media obsession. Including a killer.
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First, tension enters the relationship of young doctors Jill Raney and David Levine over what to do about newborn Jesse. Of course, happiness only lasts for a season - especially for Jill and David. They both love him but, though Jill wants to adopt him, David fears it would be a disaster with their popularity - that Jesse would never have a chance at living a normal life if they brought him home. As the story unfolds, suspicions mount, only to be ruled out as the people you suspect become victims.
It's a page turner which provides the answers you seek, even a happy ending, but we know those happy endings only last for a while in J. Schneider's Embryo series. If you are interested in checking out some of the reviews for this series, or to purchase your own copy, click on either book cover which will take you to the book's page on Amazon.
In general, people feel more comfortable traveling about in pairs at night; that's not the case in Embryo 4: Catch Me. Upon discovery, it gave those who came into contact with Jesse the opportunity to interact with him - to actually see how babies appear at various stages before birth.
I must commend J. Schneider Posted on April 22, by carolkean. This one, however, leaped out at me as I scrolled the daily twitter feed: That is one striking, dramatic photo, and the DNA strand for the letter Y is very attention getting as well. Synopsis from amazon :.
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