Last to Die by Kate Brady
September 13, 2010 - Amy Phelps
A police detective and a journalist track down a killer targeting prostitutes in "Last to Die" by Kate Brady.
Detective Dani Cole is horrified to find that the latest young woman brutally attacked is a former prostitute she helped to clean up her life. The last phone call the girl had made was to Russell Sanders, the director of the J.M. Sherridan, a philanthropic organization. Dani is stunned at the link - she knew the founder of the organization, Mitch Sherridan, and had a romantic past with him. But Sanders is reported missing by his son, Brad Harper. Sherridan wants to find out what happened to his employee, as well as the link to the dead girl, and soon he and Dani are investigating. What the find is a killer with their own twisted agenda, a link to a black market adoption scheme, and their past feelings for each other rekindling. Will Dani and Mitch find the killer before they are caught in the crossfire?
A fast-paced mystery with great chemistry between the two main characters and creepy chapters from the killer's point-of-view, this one will keep you up at night reading.
"Last to Die" is published by Warner Forver. It is $6.99 and 418 pages long.