"Do unto others. . ." Carefully, he carves the words into their flesh. The victims are all young, brunette, pretty. But she's the one he really wants. The others are just a way to ease the rage that has festered for years, until the only thing that calms him is his knife slicing through skin. Read more...
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"Do unto others. . ." Carefully, he carves the words into their flesh. The victims are all young, brunette, pretty. But she's the one he really wants. The others are just a way to ease the rage that has festered for years, until the only thing that calms him is his knife slicing through skin. . .
You Never Live
Detective September Rafferty--Nine to her friends--recognizes the artwork that arrives in the mail. She created it back in second grade. Now a killer's words are slashed across it in what looks like blood. He knows her. September's investigation leads to her old classmate, Jake Westerly. She wants to believe Jake is innocent. But trusting anyone could be her last mistake. . .
Every slight, every slur, he remembers them all. They turned him into a monster, and now they will suffer for it. Starting with September, he'll show them that the past can never stay hidden, and the time of vengeance is at hand. . .
Praise for Nancy Bush's Blind Spot
"Engrossing. . .twists you won't see coming " --Karen Rose, New York Times bestselling author
"Atmospheric. . .sure to cause shivers." --Book Page
"Bush keeps the story moving quickly and ends with an unexpected twist." --Publishers Weekly
"Nancy Bush always delivers edge-of-your seat suspense " --Lisa Jackson, New York Times bestselling author
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2012-07-30
- Reviewer: Staff
In this pulse-pounding follow-up to Nowhere to Run, Bush returns to Laurelton, Ore., and the Rafferty twins, both police officers. After August Rafferty’s narrow brush with death in the previous book, it’s sister September’s turn to face danger, as the detective finds herself being stalked and targeted by the serial killer she’s been investigating. Perhaps most disturbing of all is that the culprit, the so-called “Do Unto Others” killer, is using September’s grade-school artwork to scrawl unnerving messages in blood, suggesting some close connection to her childhood. After former classmate and crush Jake Westerly, with whom September had a brief fling in high school, reappears in her life, September wants desperately to trust him, but realizes that Jake may be the psychopath responsible for terrorizing her. Readers will tear through the pages to discover the answer, which Bush delivers with a riveting finish and an intriguing teaser for the next installment. (Sept.)