Trust the Night

Trust the Night

Author: Sara Saint James

Publisher: Crossroad Press

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Category: Fiction

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Mad Jack is back. Homicide Detective Beth Andrews views murder as the ultimate abuse. When the Ripper attacks the women of her city, Beth must do everything it takes to stop him, even if it costs her life. Sam Jordan is a distraction she does not need. Profiler Sam Jordan has his own agenda for stopping the Ripper. If that agenda is revealed, it will not only destroy Beth's fragile trust in Sam, it will make her the Ripper's next target. For the Ripper's blade is hungry, and he will do everything he can to vanquish an equal.

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