book eleven of the Bo Austen series
Celebrating the one-year anniversary of their wedding and raising their four children, Bo and Jensen Austen-Taylor choose to stay home when Clinstone dispatch sends out word of a homicide.
Gwen Tanner and Misty Archer take Bo’s place at the crime scene. The victim is a woman in her thirties. Her prints aren’t in the system, and facial recognition doesn’t connect her to a driver’s license. Unidentified, Jane Doe is taken back to the morgue for further examination. Gwen measures and notes all bruises, cuts, and scratches-offensive and defensive wounds alike. She writes down the signs of intercourse previous to the woman’s death and leaves the file for Bo to pick up in the morning.
Lieutenant Jacob Mason assigns the case to Jensen and his new partner, Ryan Jass. It isn’t long before Bo draws a conclusion they haven’t seen since the Hunter case nearly seven years prior. Their victim isn’t the killer’s first kill.
He charms women and kills them to make sure he never has to deal with them again. Cold, calculating, and clean, the killer leaves behind nothing to reveal who he is or where he could be. Is it possible to catch a man who blends in perfectly with the crowd? Or is it entirely impossible to catch a man like The Casanova?
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