When Liv Dugan ducks out of work for lunch, it's
just an ordinary day. When she returns, she stumbles onto a massacre.
All her colleagues at Zuma Software have been shot. Only luck has left
Liv unscathed, and that might be running out. . .
Will Follow You
suspects the shootings are tied to her past--and to the package she
recently received from her long-dead adoptive mother. Sensing she's
being followed, Liv jumps into a stranger's car and orders him to drive.
Her "hostage" complies, listening carefully as her story unwinds.
Skeptical at first, he ultimately begins to believe all Liv's fears are
justified. . .
To Your Grave
Together, Liv and her
unlikely confidant try to uncover the truth about her adoptive family,
her birth parents, and her troubled childhood. Because somewhere in
Liv's past is a secret worth killing for, and a nightmare she can never
outrun. . .
There Are Sins
"Do unto others. . ."
Carefully, he carves the words into their flesh. The victims are all
young, brunette, pretty. But she's the one he really wants. The others
are just a way to ease the rage that has festered for years, until the
only thing that calms him is his knife slicing through skin. . .
You Never Live
September Rafferty--Nine to her friends--recognizes the artwork that
arrives in the mail. She created it back in second grade. Now a killer's
words are slashed across it in what looks like blood. He knows her.
September's investigation leads to her old classmate, Jake Westerly. She
wants to believe Jake is innocent. But trusting anyone could be her
last mistake. . .
Every slight, every
slur, he remembers them all. They turned him into a monster, and now
they will suffer for it. Starting with September, he'll show them that
the past can never stay hidden, and the time of vengeance is at hand. .
She senses their twisted desires
before she meets them. It's as if fate is helping her stop these
monsters from preying on others the way she was preyed upon. And after
she has delivered brutal justice, she'll let the whole world see their
"I must pay for what I've done."
The first victim--naked, bound, frozen to death--wore the note strung
around his neck. Now there's another note--this one attached to
Detective September Rafferty's own stepbrother. Stefan survives, but
September is sure he knows more than he's saying. Someone is eliminating
suspected sexual predators. And the only thing more dangerous than a
madman is a killer who's ruthlessly sane.