By Gail McFarland
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Published: May 24, 2011
Words: 140,670 (approximate)
There are some things a lady should never do. Murder is one of them.
Detective Jaz Ballantine loses the best friend he has ever had when his foster brother is murdered.
When bodies pile up in the morgue, Jaz realizes that he has a serial killer on his hands - with one significant difference. This one has a completely different method of operating: All of the victims are young, single, handsome, male, and African-American.
Needing answers, Jaz turns to his ex-wife , Dhana,for help in profiling the killer. The clues pile up and so does the heat, as they confront their feelings for each other and a growing conviction that no one is safe with this killer on the loose.
In the final analysis one thing is evident and it's something no one ever counted on: The most dangerous serial killer in Atlanta's history is a woman!
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