The Coast-to-Coast Murders opening lines: Where will you be when your life ends? I was in the grocery store, squeezing a mango.
Can a killer be created? When a Los Angeles killing leads the FBI directly to a suspected serial killer, Detective Dobbs has two choices. He can assist Special Agent Jessica Gimble, or he can sit back and do nothing. But the case has sparked something in him. Something is just not right about their suspect and when he escapes, Dobbs is determined to bring him back.
The Coast-to-Coast Murders
A detective and FBI agent join forces on a manhunt for a cold-blooded serial killer in this intense psychological thriller.From coastal California to upstate New York, a killer is plotting a devastating path of destruction…Michael and Megan Fitzgerald are siblings who share a troubling past. Both adopted, and now grown – Michael is a long-haul truck driver, Megan a college student majoring in psychology – they trust each other before anyone else. They’ve had to.When a young woman is found murdered in Michael’s LA apartment, he is the chief suspect and quickly arrested. But then there’s another killing that is strikingly similar. And another. And not just in LA – as the spree spreads across the country, the FBI become involved in a manhunt for a cold-blooded serial killer.False leads and shocking circumstances that defy logic will leave the LAPD and FBI desperately searching for a way to prevent a string of murders that seem unstoppable.
A book with an ending that you cannot imagine! And because of that, it makes for an excellent read. Perfect psychological thriller co-authored by J.D. Barker. And another book from the prolific James Patterson.
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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4 thoughts on “The Coast-to-Coast Murders”
This is an interesting blurb, Tandy. Thanks for sharing.
My pleasure 🙂
I wish I could do it, but I refuse to read any books where Patterson has a co-author. This sounds like a good one…
I know it’s a childish reason 🙂
You are missing out!