When sixteen-year-old Jenny James goes missing, and the local police are unable to find her, the girl's frantic mother hires private investigators Jake and Annie Lincoln to search for her daughter.
When the body of Jenny's boyfriend is discovered, the mystery of her disappearance deepens. Shaken out of their comfort zone of Internet searches and poring over public records, the couple soon find themselves facing the frightening possibility they are looking for the latest victim of a serial killer.
As more bodies pile up, the town is gripped with fear. It seems no one is safe, and the Lincolns race to solve an impossible puzzle before they become the killer's next victims.
Annie and Jake Lincoln of Lincoln Investigations are approached by a distraught mother whose teenage daughter has been missing for a number of days. This woman had already contacted the police but was informed that they were unable to do anything more than what they were doing. Jenny James was last seen leaving her school with a man in a car.
The Lincolns think that this may just be another case of a runaway teenager and that as is usually the case, she will return to her mother's home in a few days. However as more days pass and the girl has not yet returned, the Lincolns become desperate for any lead.
The case turns for the worst when the body of the man seen with Jenny is discovered. Soon more murders take place around town and the Lincolns realize that a serial killer is at large.
From the beginning, we get to know who the abductor/murderer is and most of the story revolves around this character. We also learn his reasoning behind the murders, since although not immediately apparent, all victims have something in common. Something which enrages the murderer and because of which he decides to eliminate them.
Will the Lincolns succeed in finding and rescuing Jenny? Will they find her alive? Will more murders be prevented? Will Justice be made for the victims? Read this novel, you'll not regret it.
In my opinion this is a terrific thriller and I really enjoyed myself reading it.
Mr. Rayven T. Hill... A big Well Done!!