By J. T. Ellison
Ten sufferers, each one with faded pores and skin and lengthy darkish hair. All were slashed around the throat, a similar pink lipstick smeared throughout their lips.In the mid-1980s the Snow White Killer terrorized the streets of Nashville, Tennessee. Then all at once the murders stopped. A letter from the killer to the police acknowledged that his paintings used to be done.Now 4 extra our bodies are discovered, marked together with his deadly signature. The citizens of Nashville worry a madman has again, a long time later, to complete his unwell fairy story. murder Lieutenant Taylor Jackson believes the killings are the paintings of a copycat killer who is much more terrifying. For this monster is meticulously honing his craft as he mimics recognized serial murders…proving that the prior isn't really to be forgotten.
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His face was weathered and lined, tan even in the early days of winter. Blue eyes dark as blueberries usually held a twinkle, an unspoken joke or gibe. He was twenty years her senior and starting to look his age. Taylor attributed that to the weight loss—he’d dropped at least thirty pounds in the past few months—a concerted effort to slim down paying off in wrinkles. Still barrel-chested and stubborn, Fitz glared at her, obviously irritated. “My, you’re in a mood this morning. ” “You did. ” Taylor spied the cause of Fitz’s sudden consternation 14 59 over his shoulder.
Ten murder books, ten evidence files and conclu 14 65 sion files drawn after each case. The paperwork was over whelming, but Taylor had gone through it all. More than one hundred boxes were stacked along the back wall of the conference room, ready for battle when called upon. Each previous victim had a stack. On the wall above the boxes, the photographs of the victims were hung, a head shot side-by-side with a blown-up picture from their individual crime scenes. The similarities were mesmerizing.
The thrill of the hunt. The thought sobered her. The girl they’d placed in a body bag last night and carted away to be cut open didn’t enjoy the thrill of being hunted. The gash in the girl’s neck flooded Taylor’s mind and she nearly missed her exit off the highway. Without thinking, she hit her brakes hard, and the wet, sloppy snow declined to help. She had to manhandle the truck until the wheels caught again. She regained control and took the exit, her heart beating hard. The near miss woke her up.
14 (The second book in the Taylor Jackson series) by J. T. Ellison