(Darby McCormick #7)

In Every Pretty Thing serial killer hunter Darby McCormick finds herself in Montana, looking for a friend. Little does she realize that a murderer is waiting for her . . .

She came to find her friend.

Instead she found a killer.

Serial killer expert Darby McCormick gets a call from FBI Agent Jackson Cooper, who has been contacted by a woman who’s been in hiding for twenty years.

She was one of the only survivors of a murderer who has been carving a dark path across America for decades. Cooper believes he may have tracked this psychopath to the wilds of Montana.

Now, he needs Darby’s help to bring him in. But when she arrives Cooper has vanished without a trace.

Something is very wrong – and as the trail goes cold, Darby is all alone in a strange town, stalked by an unseen predator who wants to add another victim to his collection…

RELEASED: February 9, 2017

AVAILABLE FORMAT(S): Kindle / Paperback

PUBLISHER: Penguin Publishing Group

Publisher: Penguin; 1st edition (9 Feb. 2017)
Language: ‎English
File size‏: ‎1405 KB
Text-to-Speech‏: ‎Enabled
Screen Reader‏: ‎Supported
Enhanced typesetting‏: ‎Enabled
X-Ray: ‎Not Enabled
Word Wise‏: ‎Enabled
Print length‏: ‎367 pages
Best Sellers Rank: 114,700 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)



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