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Con artist. Get-away driver. Thief.

Delilah makes her own way in a crooked world.

Desperate for money after a heist goes south, Delilah breaks into a rich man's home. But instead of cash and jewels, she discovers a severed head and a serial killer. When the killer threatens her chronically-ill daughter and her childhood sweetheart, Delilah must turn the hunter into the hunted in a dangerous game only one of them will survive.

©2011 AnneMarie Buhl (P)2012 AnneMarie Buhl

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  • shelley
  • 25-09-2017

This is the ultimate cat & mouse THRILLER!!!!

Take one con woman, thief, get away driver, biological mother to a chronically ill daughter she gave up custody to the father. She goes out on a driving/robbery job that gets botched so... she decides to break into the home of another wealthy person in the area. Once inside she discoverers she's broken into the home of a wealthy attorney who just so happens to be a serial killer. She gets stabbed during a confrontation and he leaves her to take care of the remains of the woman he recently murdered and whose head Delilah (the heroine) finds in the freezer. In the interim she gets away.
From the time Delilah gets away the killer is hot on her trail. He becomes obsessed with the prey that actually comes to him but didn't stay. He finds her home and is able to find her daughter and for the first time Delilah must protect her child.
I thought the ending was a little abrupt but that's just my opinion.
The narrator Dan Boice did a fantastic job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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