The Executioner

book ten of the Bo Austen series


A presumed suicide in Clinstone, Minnesota draws Bo Austen and Jensen Taylor away from their honeymoon and back home to their daughters. A man has jumped off the roof of Clinstone Elementary, a noose around his neck, tied to the old school bell atop the roof. For Bo, it simply doesn’t add up.

If one is going to kill himself, why jump and hang yourself? Why do it at a school for children to see? Was it one last bout of gratification? One last round of sick pleasure? Or, Bo can’t help but wonder, is this a homicide?

Crime scene after crime scene pops up in Clinstone, each one dark, twisted, and gruesome. Looking at each one individually, they don’t seem connected, but looking at them together connects the dots for the forensic analyst. Clinstone has a new serial killer, and he’s The Executioner.



Table of Contents

Prologue
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Nineteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter Twenty-One
Chapter Twenty-Two
Chapter Twenty-Three
Chapter Twenty-Four
Chapter Twenty-Five
Chapter Twenty-Six
Chapter Twenty-Seven
Chapter Twenty-Eight
Chapter Twenty-Nine
Chapter Thirty
Chapter Thirty-One
Chapter Thirty-Two
Chapter Thirty-Three
Chapter Thirty-Four
Chapter Thirty-Five
Chapter Thirty-Six
Chapter Thirty-Seven
Chapter Thirty-Eight
Chapter Thirty-Nine
Chapter Forty
Chapter Forty-One
Chapter Forty-Two
Epilogue




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