In the rural parishes of Louisiana young women are disappearing one by one, only to turn up on the banks of the bayou, strangled and cast aside where they are sure to be found. All attorney Laurel Chandler wanted was a place to hide from the memories of a case that had nearly destroyed her life.... show more
In the rural parishes of Louisiana young women are disappearing one by one, only to turn up on the banks of the bayou, strangled and cast aside where they are sure to be found. All attorney Laurel Chandler wanted was a place to hide from the memories of a case that had nearly destroyed her life. But coming back to the peaceful streets of her hometown doesn't give Laurel the serenity she craves. For in the sultry heat of a Louisiana summer, a ruthless predator strikes. And Laurel is lured into a game from which there may be no escape...
Publish date: April 7th 1994
Pages no: 527
Edition language: English
Series: Doucet (#3)
1. Tami Hoag can be a good writer. I can see it in the other two books she's written that I recently read. The story progression isn't absurdly staunched or anything like that. And she can be good with words. Unfortunately, I think she tried WAY too hard to emphasize EVERYTHING in this book. The pur...
I really don't have any words to describe this gripping novel.This is my second novel by Tami Hoag. But unlike the first one, the suspense of the serial killer at the end of this novel was more than shocking.I never expected it.The character Savannah intrigued me so much and she gained my sympathy t...
I was told I need to read more outside of my favorite genres, so I went to the library and picked the first title that caught my eye.THE LONG AND SHORT:I don't read thrillers. Especially ones that are romance heavy. I was under the impression that this would be some mix of Criminal Minds + Law and O...
This is my first Tami Hoag book in the end the book was not terrible but it was just ok. I think she is a really great writer and I absolutely loved the accent and the descriptions of the bayou which I thought were done extremely well. I will also admit that the mystery was pretty easy to figure out...