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- Print Length: 57 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Smarmy Press (6 Nov. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0777RMWBQ
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,500 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Last Victim: A Violet Darger Novella Kindle Edition
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While the Darger books can be read in any order, here is the chronological order of the series:
Dead End Girl
Image in a Cracked Mirror (A Darger Novella)
The Last Victim (A Darger Novella)
FBI Profiler Victor Losack is chasing an old familiar serial killer .. Leonard Stump. responsible for multiple deaths in the Las Vegas area, he was caught, but then escaped. Looks like he's back and Victor is relentless in hunting him down.
There was only one survivor ....
Claire tells her story of what led up to being tied up next to her friend and being whisked away ... and ultimately how she survived. If you don't already bite your fingernails, you might start while reading this one.
The author has packed a lot of story into this short story of less than 60 pages. Claire is expertly drawn ... with just a few sentences she comes to life and leaps off the page.
I'm looking forward to reading the entire series .. from start to finish.
This is one of the many Vargus/McBain books which ends far too soon! One moment you're all happy and devouring, and the next you're sad and frustrated!
And excellent prelude to what is hopefully the next supersized Violet Darger novel, the snack sized novella features her partner on a personal vendetta against an old foe. Others have told the story here so I'll not belabor the issue, but does it make one thirst for the rest of the novel?
Oh Yes! If you're not yet a fan, be sure to read this short offering, and then fill your brain with the other Violet Darger books! Then the rest of the Vargus/McBain library!