By J. T. Ellison
Ten sufferers, each one with light epidermis and lengthy darkish hair. All were slashed around the throat, an analogous purple lipstick smeared throughout their lips.In the mid-1980s the Snow White Killer terrorized the streets of Nashville, Tennessee. Then by surprise the murders stopped. A letter from the killer to the police said that his paintings used to be done.Now 4 extra our bodies are stumbled on, marked together with his deadly signature. The citizens of Nashville worry a madman has lower back, a long time later, to complete his ill fairy story. murder Lieutenant Taylor Jackson believes the killings are the paintings of a copycat killer who is much more terrifying. For this monster is meticulously honing his craft as he mimics well-known serial murders…proving that the prior isn't really to be forgotten.
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It never failed. “You’re an easy woman, Taylor. T. ” He brushed a kiss against her generous mouth, smiling as she bit his lip. “I may be easy, Dr. ” She pulled away and punched him playfully on the shoulder. ” Baldwin looked out the window. ” Taylor cracked her neck. Snow. Murder. The look in her gray eyes was blatant—if the roads weren’t clear by tomorrow, she would murder someone herself. Baldwin slipped an arm around her waist, drawing her back to him. “We could…” “No, we couldn’t. That was the deal.
She wasn’t in love; she was in heat. That’s what all this was about. Taylor navigated in four-wheel drive, forced to take her time to get downtown. The plows were working the streets again, the salt trucks followed dutifully. Abandoned cars littered the roadways; the tow trucks couldn’t get to them, so the plows were pushing large drifts against the driver’s side doors that reached to the side mirrors. If the tempera ture didn’t rise soon, it would take days to get them unburied. She tried to drive carefully but was impatient with the roads.
Swearing under her breath, she took it off and delved deep into her pocket. Her bare fingers hit hard plastic. Triumphant, she swept the key card and stamped her way into the building. Some cruel individual was subjecting the third floor to a bastardized version of their child’s Christmas recital; strains of children’s wavering voices streamed from the fingerprint room, mixed with a heavy rap beat. The result ing discordance made a headache take root behind Taylor’s right eye. Muddy puddles of water trailed four feet into the hallway where people hadn’t knocked the snow off their boots.
14 (The second book in the Taylor Jackson series) by J. T. Ellison