Belinda Bauer’s latest novel is a powerful chilling read that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Eve Singer is soon to turn 30. She is a crime reporter who has made a name for herself by carefully crafting contacts in the police force. When a murder happens she knows she will be the first one to be called. She arrives before the body is cold and runs the story with the best angles. She uses every trick she knows to ensure she gets the story first, beating her colleagues to it.
But when a murderer makes direct contact with Eve she discovers she may not be able to protect herself from his obsession with her, and public murder.
Bauer delivers a dark and twisted story that races to the finish.
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