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February 2007 Book of the Month
A fast-paced sexy psychological thriller that will keep you glued the whole way through. M. J. Rose has endorsements from some of the best in crime writing and deservedly so. The plot is interesting, centred around a killer selecting victims from girls who perform webcam pornography. The main character, a sexual psycologist who just happens to be involved with the handsome and sophisticated detective in charge of the case, is convincingly written and has a great deal of depth to her. If you like Karin Slaughter or Patricia Cornwell then you will not be disappointed with M. J. Rose and if you're new to her then she also has three other books for you to enjoy!
As one of New York's top sex therapists, Dr. Morgan Snow sees everything from the abused to the depraved. From high-profile clients with twisted obsessions to courageous survivors, the Butterfield Institute is the sanctuary to heal battered souls.
Morgan Snow's newest patient is a powerful, influential man — secretly addicted to watching Internet Web cam pornography. He's not alone in his desires. She's also working with a group of high school teenagers equally and dangerously obsessed with these real-time fantasies.
Fantasies that are all too accessible.
Then the women start dying online, right in front of their eyes.
Now it's all about murder.
|Publication date:||19th January 2007|
|Author:||M J Rose|
|Primary Genre||Thriller and Suspense|
Closing date: 30/09/2021
"this is one book that will keep you glued to your seat" - Lisa Gardner
"a page-ripping thriller" - Shots Magazine
"M.J. Rose is great" - Janet Evanovich
M.J. Rose is the international bestselling author of The Halo Effect, The Delilah Complex, The Venus Fix and The Reincarnationist. She self-published her first novel Lip Service in 1998 after several traditional publishers turned it down. She set up a web site where readers could download her book and began to seriously market the novel on the Internet. It became the first e-book to go on to be published by a mainstream New York publishing house. Rose has been profiled in Time magazine, Forbes, The New York Times, Business 2.0, Working Woman, Newsweek and New York Magazine. &...More About M J Rose