Here's the latest mystery featuring Dr. Sylvia Strange, a forensic psychologist who frequently assists the FBI in cracking really tough cases. This time out, Strange and FBI counterterrorism expert Edmond Sweetheart are trying to build a case against a woman they're convinced is systematically killing people while working on a top-secret Department of Defense project involving lethal toxins. But there are a couple of problems: their suspect is a highly placed member of the project team and is the daughter of an eminent and well-respected scientist. Can Strange and Sweetheart--Lovett does have a knack for unusual names--solve the case before more people die? As usual, the author packs the novel with plenty of forensic-psychiatry info (the book is a real treat for fans of that field) and creates a genuinely suspenseful story that will keep readers glued to their seats until the very end. David PittCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
About the Author
worked as a researcher at the New Mexico State Penitentiary. Her previous novels are Dangerous Attachments, Acquired Motives, A Desperate Silence,
and, most recently, Dantes' Inferno.
Raised in California, she now makes her home in Santa Fe.