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Deeper Than the Dead Hardcover – December 29, 2009
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author joins the Dutton list with the thriller her millions of fans have been awaiting for two years. Tami Hoag is in a class by herself, beloved by readers and critic s alike, with more than 22 million copies of her books in print. With Hoag’s first novel for Dutton, she proves anew why the Chicago Tribune called her “one of the most intense suspense writers around.” California, 1984. Three children, running in the woods behind their school, stumble upon a partially buried female body, eyes and mouth glued shut. Close behind the children is their teacher, Anne Navarre, shocked by this discovery and heartbroken as she witnesses the end of their innocence. What she doesn’t yet realize is that this will mark the end of innocence for an entire community, as the ties that bind families and friends are tested by secrets uncovered in the wake of a serial killer’s escalating activity. Detective Tony Mendez, fresh from a law enforcement course at FBI headquarters, is charged with interpreting those now revealed secrets. He’s using a new technique—profiling—to develop a theory of the case, a strategy that pushes him ever deeper into the lives of the three children, and closer to the young teacher whose interest in recent events becomes as intense as his own. As new victims are found and the media scrutiny of the investigation bears down on them, both Mendez and Navarre are unsure if those who suffer most are the victims themselves—or the family and friends of the killer, blissfully unaware that someone very close to them is a brutal, calculating psychopath.
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I can't wait to read the next one from Miss Hoag she is superb writer.
This small town is being terrorized by a serial killer that is snatching woman, torturing and killing them. Set in 1985, law enforcement is losing the battle against a keen mind that is not making mistakes as he leaves his victims out for display. Since it is the mid 80's DNA evidence is not a technology that they may utilize so they must investigate everyone No man is not under suspension and no woman is safe until the murderer is stopped.
As two bullies chase two other children after school one day, they go running down the hill and run into a scene of brutality that will shape and change each one of their lives forever. This is just the latest victim to be discovered and unfortunately for the police the killer leaves no clues on his identity. The story follows the lives of these four children and there families, Anne Navarre who is there teacher and the law enforcement agents looking for the perpetrator.
Tami Hoag has written a great murder mystery that mixes suspense with a little romance sneaked in and is an excellent novel for any reader. I couldn't put this novel down and I highly recommend it to all.