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Lady Killer by Gail A. McFarland


Lady Killer by Gail A. McFarland

Atlanta Homicide Detective Jaz Ballantine seems to be the only one who realizes that there's a killer on the loose -- a serial killer with a grudge against single, handsome, African-American men. When his brother makes the killer's victim list, Jaz turns to his former wife to profile the killer. True love dies hard and though Dhana Patterson's emotions are stirred to a fever pitch every time she lays eyes on him, she knows that no one is safe with this killer on the loose. Now, for two people finding their way back to each other, time is growing short because...the most dangerous serial killer in Atlanta's history is a woman!

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Publication date

1st December 2000


Gail A. McFarland

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306 pages


Thriller / suspense



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