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relationship has become a little strained of late, and the fact that
Will Trent, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent, and Dr. Sara
Linton, his lady love, are now on a collision course probably won’t
has gone undercover to get in with a lowlife drug dealer in Macon,
Georgia. At the same time, Sara has been drawn to the city by the
death of her stepson who was gunned down in his own home. Not the
first time violence has struck her family in this manner, Sara blames
Jared’s wife, a detective, for what has happened.
ever really realizing it, Sara is involved with the same situation
that has brought Will to town and that is going to lead to some
serious problems as danger swirls around both of these individuals.
Slaughter has been called one of the best crime writers in the
country and this thriller with its twists and shocking revelations is
up to her usual standards. This story of shifting allegiances and
conspiracy not only blurs the lines between good and evil but it also
makes for a captivating read.