A horrifying series of murders has shocked a stretch of America's southern heartland. Not only are women turning up dead, but the killer has removed their brains with chilling surgical precision.
A new murder has sent FBI medical examiner Jessica Coran to Jacksonville, Florida, on a search for answers to the most appalling murder spree she has ever encountered.
But even she can't anticipate the twist her investigation is about to take--one that will give millions of people a front-row seat for the next victim's death.
(This book is tenth in Robert W. Walker's Instinct series, and is approximately 105,000 words. It was originally published in hardcover.)
About the Author
Robert W. Walker is the author of more than forty thriller novels, including 11 books in the acclaimed INSTINCT series featuring FBI medical examiner Jessica Coran.
Praise for Robert W. Walker
"Masterful." -- Clive Cussler
"Ingenious." -- San Francisco Examiner
"Gruesome." -- The Sunday Oklahoman
"Frightening." -- Midwest Book Review."
"Bone-chilling." -- Publisher's Weekly
"Perfect for Patricia Cornwell fans." -- Mystery Scene
"Walker is a master at the top of his game." -- Jack Kilborn