Gligor starts out with a Prologue that sends chills down your back.After that, it seems that everybody protagonist Ann Kern comes incontact has "Unfinished Business" serious enough that any of them couldbe the serial killer known as the Westwood Strangler. And he, or she,is looking for the eighth victim. An excellent book that will keep youguessing (and looking behind yourself) until the very end. I recommendit.
Ms. Gligor has done an excellent job ofcreating a list of suspects, any one of which could be the real killer. I thoroughly enjoyed her character development and the growth each oneindividual in her story. I highly recommend this book to readers whoenjoy mystery, suspense, and good characters.
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Marja McGraw, Best selling author of The Bogey Man Mysteries and The Sandi Webster Mysteries
"...everything a mystery novel should be, with an intriguing plot, diverse suspects and tantalizing twists. Gligor excels at developing the intertwining relationships of characters and has a gift for establishing setting and sense of place, bringing the audience into the book. Readers will know these characters and feel like they're right there with them through it all. A great read."
Holli Castillo, Best selling author of Gumbo Justice and Jambalaya Justice
"After a chilling prologue, Patricia Gligor reveals that most of the people protagonist Ann Kern comes in contact with have problems - Unfinished Business - serious enough that anyone could be the serial killer known as The Westwood Strangler. And he, or she, is looking for the eighth victim. This second Gligor book is another winner."
James R. Callan, Author of The Sweet Adelines Mysteries and The Father Frank Mysteries