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Dead by Morning
Beverly Barton

May 2011/ ISBN 9781420110357
Romantic suspense

Reviewed by Bob Walch

Someone is knocking off Maleah Purdue’s colleagues at the Powell Security Agency one by one. The tough, brash investigator is determined to find out who is responsible for the carnage.

Teamed up with profiler Derek Lawrence, Maleah is willing to do whatever it takes to find the killer whose trademark is wielding a knife with the precision of a surgeon as he carves up his victims. If Maleah must play the psychopath’s twisted games and set herself up as bait, so be it! She seeks revenge as much as justice in this instance.

Unfortunately, the closer they come to unmasking the serial killer, the more dangerous the situation becomes. The clues point to a chilling legacy of lies, brutal vengeance, and a killer who has been hiding in plain sight all along.

The second novel in her “Dead by” trilogy, this novel provides ample proof why Beverly Barton is one of the top romantic suspense writers working today.

Reviewer Note: Dead by Midnight Review
Reviewed 2011
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