Reviewed by Diane Basting (Library Staff)
Daniel Brasher is just an ordinary guy about to change jobs from group counseling paroled cons to private counseling in an upscale neighborhood. The last thing he has to do while working out his notice is to fill out the termination paperwork. Paperwork that is in his office mailbox, a mailbox he never checks, because of the amount of outgoing mail that gets mistakenly placed in his mailbox. This time when he goes through his mail he finds a letter that leads him on a collision course with a serial killer. Can he find the connection, trace the killer, and save his family before it’s too late? Although you have to suspend your disbelief quite a bit in a few places Daniel’s dogged determination to do right by the people he works with will keep drawing you back into the story.
Located in Adult Fiction (FIC HURWITZ)