All The Pretty Girls
When a local girl falls prey to a sadistic serial killer, Nashville Homicide Lieutenant Taylor Jackson and her lover, FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin, find themselves in a joint investigation pursuing a vicious murderer. The Southern Strangler is slaughtering his way through the Southeast, leaving... show more
When a local girl falls prey to a sadistic serial killer, Nashville Homicide Lieutenant Taylor Jackson and her lover, FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin, find themselves in a joint investigation pursuing a vicious murderer. The Southern Strangler is slaughtering his way through the Southeast, leaving a gruesome memento at each crime scene—the prior victim's severed hand.Ambitious TV reporter Whitney Connolly is certain the Southern Strangler is her ticket out of Nashville; she's got a scoop that could break the case. She has no idea how close to this story she really is—or what it will cost her.As the killer spirals out of control, everyone involved must face a horrible truth—the purest evil is born of private lies.
Publish date: October 16th 2007
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Taylor Jackson (#1)
I'm sad to say I couldn't finish this. I made it to chap 23 and then went to the last pages to see if I was right, which I was. I was bored with the writing style and the switching POV's didn't help either. I couldn't connect with any of the chars at all. And it didn't live up to my expectancy about...
I heard the J.T was a great author so I gave her a shot. I thought the beginning of the story was slow and it did not hold my interest very well and it took me a long time to get through it. By the middle of the book, I was interested, the pieces of the puzzle made sense and the flow of the book wa...
In the first novel of J.T. Ellison's Lt. Taylor Jackson and FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin criminal investigative series, there are missing girls and missing hands scattered across the southern United States:One local girl is found, hand missing, and another girl goes missing right after, Lt. Taylor ...
A very enjoyable whodunit...I wish I had known about this series a long time ago as I have a ton of catching up to do. This book really kept me entertained and scratching my head. My husband even enjoyed it, which says alot and he will also be continuing on with the series.
I thought the murder case, while graphic, was extremely interesting. About halfway through the book, I had my suspects down to two and the author does a great job of providing relevant clues that give you a shot at figuring it out. The case work was presented without being overly procedural and was...