Madison Adair didn't witness her famous mother's brutal murder. But she saw it. Saw the gloved hand. . .felt the knife strike. . .knew her mother's terror. That was a lifetime ago. But the nightmares have returned; only, this time they're of a faceless serial killer stalking women in south Florida. A killer she can't see but who knows she is watching.
Surrounded by her family, Madison knows she should feel safe, but she doesn't. And how much can FBI agent Kyle Montgomery protect her, when he can't let go of the past they've shared?
Madison is Kyle's only link to the killer, but can they find the truth before the killer strikes again? Because sometimes, it's what--or who--you can't see that holds the greatest danger. . . .
At age 13, Madison Adair had a psychic vision that reenacted the terror of her mother's brutal murder but did not reveal the killer. A deranged man finally confessed and was locked up, but many years later, when he's released, gruesome killings begin. Kyle Montgomery, Madison's one time stepbrother and now an FBI agent specializing in killers' psychological profiles, returns to Miami . Clues suggest that Madison is at risk, and hidden passions impel Kyle to protect her. Perhaps in an attempt to obscure the murderer's identity, Pozzessere (Slow Burn) surrounds Madison with an extensive patchwork family (father, stepfather, siblings, half siblings and step-siblings). The plot, too, is rather variable, with interludes and revelations that seem out of context. The climax unifies and fulfills reader expectations, but he rationale for the serial killer's pathology remains thin. (Aug.)
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December 31, 2004
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