Rick McCoy of the Major Crime Squad is trying to repair his marriage when he is sent to the South of Western Australia. A young girl’s body has been found in a cave, with flowers on her chest. A search finds five more bodies.
Beautiful criminal psychologist, Patricia Holmes, has recovered from her stab wounds inflicted by the serial killer PPP, and is brought in. Pat believes they are hunting a man who is addicted to beauty. When another school girl goes missing, they have only days before she too will die.
As their desire for each other grows and the pressure on their marriages increase, they close in on the man responsible for the beautiful deaths. Meanwhile, in the high-security wing of the mental health hospital, PPP plans his revenge on Rick.
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This is book 2 of the Glimpse series and I am thrilled that reviews for Glimpse 1 keep rolling in:***** Wow! Glimpse, Memoir of a Serial Killer was excellent reading. I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. Stephen B. King wrote such a convincing story of the mind of of a serial killer and the search to find and stop him. I have recommended this book to my book club members and look forward to his next book in this trilogy. Carol M. NetGalley….. ***** This novel has a great plot and story, and very well painted characters. It’s horrible, with lots of blood, but there are some funny situations as well. Reviewer 500533 – NetGalley….. ***** I enjoyed reading this book. It had a good story to it. I liked the variety of characters in it. It is my first book by this author. I hope to read more. Darren M. – NetGalley…… **** This was fascinating! I haven’t read anything like it. The chapters told from the view of PPP, the serial killer, are riveting. The connections made by Pat, the psychologist, also spot on. The evolution of how a child becomes pure evil is built slowly and with great skill. Marianne P. – NetGalley ….. **** A story about a serial killer and a detective. I don’t want to go into too much detail it ruins the book for others. It’s well written and has the story from the side of the killer as well as others, mainly the detective. **** Aimee K. – NetGalley