Every Serial Killer Knows. . .
The vicious burns scarring the victims' flesh reveal the agony of their last moments. Each woman was branded with a star, then stabbed through the heart. With every death, a vengeful killer finds a brief, blissful moment of calm. But soon it's time for the bloodshed to start again. . .
The Perfect Time. . .
Ten years ago, Eva Rayburn and her sorority sisters were celebrating the end of the school year. That party turned into a nightmare Eva can't forget. Now she's trying to start over in her Virginia hometown, but a new nightmare has begun. Every victim is linked to her. And Detective Deacon Garrison isn't sure whether this mysterious woman needs investigating--or protecting. . .
To Make His Mark
Only Eva's death will bring peace. Only her tortured screams will silence the rage that has been building for ten long years. Because what started that night at the sorority can never be stopped--not until the last victim has been marked for death. . .
Praise for the novels of Mary Burton
"A twisted tale. . .I couldn't put it down!" --Lisa Jackson on Dying Scream
"Taut, compelling. . .delivers a page-turner." --Carla Neggers on I'm Watching You
"A chilling thriller." --Beverly Barton on Dead Ringer
"Mary Burton's latest romantic suspense has it all--terrific plot, complex and engaging protagonists, a twisted villain, and enough crime scene detail to satisfy the most savvy suspense reader."--Erica Spindler, New York Times bestselling author of Blood Vines
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A new thriller series
(Thursday, January 20, 2011)
I just finished Senseless. I found the characters to be well developed and the book to easily turn into a series as the author noted at the end of the book. This book took a little time to get up and running, I would say you needed at least 100 pages to figure out who was who and what was going on. There are many characters and many subplots that nicely fit together at the end. To me the ending was by far the best, it wrapped up well, but yet not too nicely that it was horribly unrealistic, to me it was a shocker (which is a must in a good thriller to me) and it certainly left open the possibility of more to come. The only negative I found with the book was that it used a tired storyline of secrets in college coming back to haunt girls later in life. This is not the first thriller I have read with that plot and it turned me off a little bit in the beginning, but the thrill of the story let that go easily half way into the book. I will look forward to Merciless.