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Always into the Darkness (A Leo Stevens Thriller Book 1)
(Note: This 2nd edition has been re-edited)
Predator or Prey
Hunter or Hunted
Cat or Mouse
Better know which one you are before you step into the lion’s den.
A serial killer has come to New Orleans. The local police believe they are up to the challenge even though they have no leads. But when a state senator’s daughter becomes the madman’s latest victim, they reach out to the FBI for help. Quantico sends the best: profiler extraordinaire Leo Stevens.
An expert in deviant psychology, Leo specializes in analyzing and hunting down the smartest, most twisted monsters in the world. Killers. Rapists. Human traffickers. Sex traffickers. Predators. But what he finds in New Orleans stumps him. Breaks all of the rules. Defies all serial killer classifications. No evidence, no suspects, no witnesses. Their killer is unpredictable but disciplined. There are no patterns to follow. And for the first time in a long time, he doubts his ability to accurately identify and catch their elusive prey.
But a twist of fate leads Leo to their first suspect, an eccentric artist named Sebastian Price. Despite the lack of any solid evidence, Leo’s confident he’s their killer. He just needs to prove it. But Sebastian is not going to make it easy. Professional dedication quickly gives way to obsession as Leo begins to hunt the most dangerous foe he has ever faced, the feverish chase threatening to cost him everything he holds dear. His friends, his family, his partner.
How far will he go to stop a madman who is superior to him in almost every way? How much of his own soul is he willing to sacrifice for the greater good?
Always into the Darkness is a supernatural thriller that fans of James Patterson, Dean Koontz, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child, Jeffery Deaver, Blake Crouch and JA Konrath will love.
“If you love crime investigations, psychological suspense. Profiling weirdos, you will find all you what her, great and real characters presented. Believable. Not an ordinary good book. A. Great. Book. Terrific writing.” 5 star review