You Can't Escape
“Nancy Bush always delivers edge-of-your seat suspense!” —Lisa Jackson, New York Times bestselling authorThe Biggest MistakeThe branding iron glows in the moonlight as he presses the searing metal into his victim’s flesh. She must wear the devil’s sign, just like the others. He knows the curse... show more
“Nancy Bush always delivers edge-of-your seat suspense!” —Lisa Jackson, New York Times bestselling authorThe Biggest MistakeThe branding iron glows in the moonlight as he presses the searing metal into his victim’s flesh. She must wear the devil’s sign, just like the others. He knows the curse that afflicts them—and he’ll make sure they carry it to their graves…Is BelievingWhen investigative reporter Jay “Dance” Danziger is nearly killed in a bomb blast, journalist Jordanna Winters senses a career-making story. Together they can find out who’s responsible. But as their investigation uncovers a string of unsolved murders, each body branded in the same way, Jordanna realizes that Dance isn’t the only one in danger. You Could Ever Get Away…Small towns can hold big, dark secrets. Deep in Jordanna’s troubled past is the key to a killer’s terrifying mission—to purge the guilty one by one, burning their flesh to free their souls. And her turn is coming, as he prepares to make his mark once more…
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2015-06-30
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
You Can't Escape by Nancy Bush is a suspense-filled thriller about two reporters Jordanna Winters and Jay (Dance) Danzinger. He has just survived a bomb and she rescues him from the hospital by pretending to be his wife. It had lots of twists and turns and kept my attention. Because of that, I gav...
Jordanna is a journalist. She has been following a fellow journalist Jay or Dance as he is called. He was married to a woman from a known mob family but has since divorced but his ex wife has not told her family yet. Dance is injured in a bombing at the Saldano’s business- ex in laws and could he be...
Oh so many secrets in such a small little town, secrets that have been kept for years. This book was definitely a page turner, as I knew it would be. I read a Nancy Bush book years ago, loved it, and just never got back to another one. I'm so glad Kensington and Net Galley approved my request to rea...