By Craig Larsen
At the foggy streets of Seattle, a serial killer referred to as the road Butcher is terrorising the town. Newspaper photographer Nick Wilder is acquainted with seeing ugly murder scenes. but if the road Butcher claims Nick's brother his most recent casualty, the case without notice turns into very own. decided to discover his brother's killer, Nick stumbles right into a dizzying labyrinth of deceit and chance. As he digs deeper, Nick discovers his personal prior holds a key to unmasking a smart, diabolical psychopath. however the actual causes in the back of the murders are as chilly and stark as Seattle's winters - and masses extra blood will spill earlier than Nick learns the frightening truth."Excellent - every little thing an excellent mystery may still be."--Lee Child"Larsen takes you right into a aggravating international of intimate risk and darkish passion."--Harlan Coben"Harrowing and twisted, Mania takes readers on a gloomy trip of bone-chilling terror. this can be a white knuckle read!"--Gregg Olsen"In Mania, Craig Larsen faucets into the private terrors locked in our cracked minds. there's genuine evil right here, mixed with the best of all fears, that the evil we worry so much is living in our personal hearts. a quick and exciting debut."--William Lashner"One of the main amazing mystery debuts of 2009."--art-n-literature.com
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Nevertheless, she rarely raised her voice. She never tried to dominate at all. Instead, her authority derived from her character. She led because people wanted to follow. Nick tracked her eyes to the screen of his computer. ” Daly studied the screen. “There’s something curious about her eyes. ” Nick asked. ” He was thinking of the gold and platinum Rolex on Sara’s wrist. Daly considered the question. “I have no idea. They don’t earn all that much, though. A few hundred dollars—a thousand dollars—an episode if they’re lucky.
Nick was overcome with a welter of emotions. Stress from being kept against his will, when Sara was waiting for him. Gratitude at Sam’s generosity. And then a sudden resentment he didn’t understand. “It’s always money with you,” he muttered. “That’s your answer for everything. So long as you’ve got it, you’re good. ” It took Nick a few seconds to realize that Sam was simply looking at him. He had to battle the sense that his brother was in his face, grabbing him by the wrists, pinning him backward against something hard and sharp.
Yo, Daniel,” the detective said. “Slow it down, would you? ” Nick stopped at the edge of the bridge. He propped his camera on the low concrete barrier to steady it, then zoomed in on the body. Ten minutes later, he was able to snap a few good pictures of the boy identifying his mother, his face drawn, destroyed. It began to rain as Nick left the crime scene. Sheila was helping the Channel 11 crew stow the camera equipment into the back of the van. As he walked past in the direction of his car, he smiled at her, but he didn’t slow down.