book thirteen of the Bo Austen series
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Forensic analyst Bo Austen-Taylor isn’t bothered by much. He’s seen many vile human beings do even more vile things in his thirty-nine years, and it’s made him numb to most of what he sees on the job.
He isn’t prepared for the scene he’s called to one early, warm August morning.
Walking in on the week-old corpses of two teenagers and the much fresher corpses of their parents is alarming, even at first glance. Discovering what the killer did the teenage daughter is much worse. With two daughters of his own, a lust murder is one of the only cases left that causes emotion to prevail over his much stabler intellectual approach to homicide and its victims.
Can Bo push through the emotional disgust and revolt long enough to look at the scene with a clear mind? Or is it just too hard to be a family man when the case at hand is The Blackout Killer?
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