Twisted Lives [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Susan K. Droney
eBook Category: Mystery/Crime/Suspense/Thriller
eBook Description: Daniel Trevors finds his peaceful life rocked when a series of murders and a rekindled love affair intrude on his mundane life, forcing him to question everyone and everything. Daniel and his partner, Ben Wilson, are hot on the trail of a murderer who appears to kill just for the pleasure of it, but they soon realize that the case is far more complicated.
eBook Publisher: The Fiction Works, Published: http://www.fictionworks.com, 2004
Fictionwise Release Date: June 2004
5 Reader Ratings:
"Four Stars for Twisted Lives! " ... the plot is good, the characters well developed, a nasty villain, and a love story that fits in with the plot. There is also an ending that will surprise the reader."--Hattie Boyd, Scribes World Reviews
"Twisted Lives provides an example of the tangled webs we weave ... a gratifying tale of evil and its twisted effects."--Cindy Penn, wordweaving.com
Lightning streaked through the late afternoon sky, followed by ear splitting cracks of thunder. Rain pelted the lifeless form lying on the sodden ground.
"Trevors, get over here!"
Daniel Trevors moved away from the crowd of curious onlookers that had gathered, at the same time wondering what it was about tragedies that brought people out. He motioned for two officers to relieve him, then rushed to his partner's side. "What's up, Ben? I thought you said the guy had a heart attack or something."
"Take a look at this." Ben pointed at the corpse lying face down.
Daniel squinted, then focused his eyes to where Ben was pointing. "Who in God's name would have done this?" he exclaimed, examining the puncture wounds in the man's jacket. "He must have been stabbed twenty times!" He looked at his partner. "You don't think this is connected with the other three, do you, Ben?"
Ben Wilson shrugged his shoulders, pondering the question. "I don't know what to think, Daniel. It looks like the poor guy was ambushed from behind." Lightning flashed. He looked up at the sky. "This storm's getting worse." He looked back down at the victim. "Tell homicide to get their asses over here."
Daniel ran to the car and radioed homicide, then walked back over to his partner. "Do you think we have a serial killer on our hands, Ben?"
Ben thoughtfully scratched his head, then looked at Daniel. "What else can we think at this point?"