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WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW MAY KILL YOU...,,
This review is from: Dark Angel (Mass Market Paperback)
This is an excellent book of psychological suspense with a touch of romance. It is well-written with an excellent plot and characters that are fully fleshed. The storyline will keep the reader riveted to its pages with its twists and turns.
When Ellen Cox, a teacher of the deaf, is enmeshed in a death defying freak accident, she looks death in the eye and survives, aided by a young doctor who becomes enamored of her. She comes to national prominence because of the nature of the accident and gains her fifteen minutes of fame. Through a reporter, she discovers that her background is not what she thought it was. In fact, she discovers that there is no record of her existence.
Meanwhile, murders are occurring at an alarming rate. It seems that there is a serial killer on the loose, and this killer has Ellen in the cross-hairs. Moreover, in the recesses of Ellen's mind, there is something about this killer that is on the threshold of her consciousness. Just what it is, however, Ellen is unable to fathom.
Can FBI agent and profiler, Matt Graham, get to the killer, before the killer gets to Ellen. Just what is the connection between Ellen and the killer? Already eleven women have died at the hands of this killer. Will Ellen be the twelfth? Read this absorbing book for the answer.