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Merciless, EPUB eBook

Merciless EPUB

Part of the Senseless Duo series


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The New York Times bestselling author's ';latest romantic suspense has it allterrific plot, complex and engaging protagonists, a twisted villain' (Erica Spindler).

No Pity

Each skeleton is flawlessgleaming white and perfectly preserved, a testament to his skill. Every scrap of flesh has been removed to reveal the glistening bone beneath. And the collection is growing . . .

No Compassion

When bleached human bones are identified as belonging to a former patient of Dr. James Dixon, Detective Malcolm Kier suspects the worst. Dixon was recently acquitted of attempted murder, thanks to defense attorney Angie Carlson. But as the body count rises, Kier is convinced that Angie is now the target of a brutal, brilliant psychopath.

No Escape

Angie is no stranger to the dark side of human nature. But nothing has prepared her for the decades-long legacy of madness and murder about to be revealedor a killer ready to claim her as his ultimate trophy . . .

';Terrifying . . . this chilling thriller is an engrossing story.'Library Journal

';[A] feverish sequel to Senseless . . . convincing detective lingo and an appropriately shivery murder venue go a long way.'Publishers Weekly

Praise for the novels of Mary Burton

';Absolutely chilling.'Brenda Novak

';A twisted tale . . . I couldnt put it down!'Lisa Jackson

';Taut, compelling . . . delivers a page-turner.'Carla Neggers

';A chilling thriller.'Beverly Barton


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