FBI Special Agents Monica Davenport and Luke Dante are sent to the quiet town of Jasper, Mississippi. Although the modi operandi are different, it soon becomes clear that the two murders there are linked - by the notes from the killer and by the victims' fear. When the next woman goes missing, Lavery receives a call and a man's voice whispers, 'What scares you?
Luke has never had a chance to watch Monica work on a profile before and he's amazed at the way she gets into the killer's head, retracing steps at the crime scenes, understanding the fierce need to stir terror in the victims. The killer is now totally focused on Monica. Finally, he's found someone who understands. Someone who knows the thrill of the hunt.
The sheriff thinks that the killer will flee but Monica knows that running isn't an option for him. She doesn't think he fears getting caught - that's not what scares him. She thinks the bastard is playing a game - has been from the beginning and he's not going to stop until the game ends.
"Danger and excitement leap off very page."-- Publishers Weekly (starred review) on "Eternal Hunter" "With lots of twists and turns and close calls, Deadly Fear is romantic suspense at its best!" "TheRomanceStudio.com"" "Danger and excitement leap off very page." "Publishers Weekly (starred review) on "Eternal Hunter""" "Danger and excitement leap off very page."--Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Eternal Hunter "With a perfect blend of romance and suspense, this book will have you dying to turn the page."--Kelly Morgan, AuthorKellyMoran.blogspot.com on Deadly Fear "With lots of twists and turns and close calls, Deadly Fear is romantic suspense at its best!"--TheRomanceStudio.com "It's a good read for passing the day away, but avoid the nights, you might be afraid to sleep."--RomanceReviewsToday.com on Deadly Fear "Eden has written such an intricate web of suspense, the reader will be lead on a highly charged pace until the climactic ending. Highly Recommend!"--The RomanceReadersConnection.com "[T]he fantastically tight plot keeps the pages turning with breakneck speed...It's intense, hot and urgent."--4 Stars! RT Book Reviews on Deadly Fear
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 1st August 2010
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 17.4 x 10.8
Weight (kg): 0.21
Edition Number: 1