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Dying for Deception
by Gerard F. Bianco iUniverse

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 059530995X

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

A chiller thriller! A serial killer, a mysterious man who seems to know everything, a policeman and his unhappy wife, all lead the reader down dark false trails as a tale of perversion and murder unfold. Detective William Gillette and his task force are given the job of catching a killer whose victims are redheaded women who live alone. After each killing, the killer dials 911 and asks them to "Please come and put Mommy to bed." As Gillette is dealing with this situation, his private life falls apart and his wife leaves him, but first she introduces him to a strange man who works with her at the mission for the homeless. Gillette views the stranger with suspicion in relation to the killings, but the man refuses to cooperate. A tale with unexpected twists and turns that will keep you reading to the end and leave you wondering, yet satisfied that it is a good read. You'll be looking for other books by talented author Gerard F. Bianco.

 

 
 

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