The Perfect Murder

Another Last Stand Book. These do not have to be read in order, can stand alone. Fast read about newest member of the Last Stand group. She is on her first case, trying to find to kidnapped girls. Love, murder and a very disturbed man make this book worth reading.

For more than a year, Sebastian Costas has been trying to unravel the truth behind the murder of his ex-wife and son. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, he’s convinced that her second husband—a cop—committed both murders, then faked his own death. Now Sebastian has followed the slimmest of leads to Sacramento…and that’s where he finally gets the break he needs. Jane Burke, an investigator with The Last Stand, calls him in connection with a separate crime—a crime that could lead him straight to the man he’s been looking for.

Once married to a serial killer, Jane has spent the past five years rebuilding her life. And with Sebastian she finally has a chance at happiness. But the man they’re after is after them, too. For him this has become a personal battle, one he’s determined to win. Whatever it takes…

 

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  1. You’re posting about so many good books! I need to take the time to start reading again. It’s been a couple of months since I’ve read a book. It’s time to take time back for ME and what I enjoy! Thanks for the reminder Ruby.

  2. You’re welcome, I just started reading her books, my aunt has all but one from the “Last Stand” series, so I borrowed her books…if they were mine I’d pass them on to you and MzT…I’ve got five more to go….

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