By B. W. Battin
HE WOULD CARRY OUT HIS MURDEROUS PLAN … TO THE LETTER
Detective Cotter was trying to forget his past: forget that a madman had murdered his wife and one of his children; forget that the convicted killer had vowed to escape prison and return for him.
Slowly, Cotter rebuilt his shattered world; and now that he’d found love again with the lovely Cindy, he believed his past was finally behind him … Until a young woman’s corpse was found in a convenience store, the letter C written on her stomach; a rich housewife was slaughtered, a W on her thigh …
Suddenly the horrors of the past sprang back to vivid, mind-searing life for Cotter—and for Cindy. The murderer had escaped, and the detective knew he’s have to battle the elusive, brilliant madman. But this time, Cotter vowed to win …
He was betting his life on it.