The Stalking (Krewe of Hunters #29) (Mass Market Paperbound)

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This is book number 29 in the Krewe of Hunters series.

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A New York Times bestseller Only from Heather Graham--spine-tingling suspense laced with the otherworldly as the FBI's Krewe of Hunters tracks a killer who seems to be a dark legend come to life.

With the execution of a serial killer known as the Artiste, Cheyenne Donegal thinks a grim part of her past is finally put to rest. Her cousin had been the twisted killer's final victim, and then-teenage Cheyenne was integral in bringing him to justice. That tragedy drove her to become an FBI agent. And now she's back in Louisiana because someone is murdering young women in the same manner as the Artiste.

Krewe of Hunters agent Andre Broussard has deep ties in New Orleans and Cajun country beyond. He knows that more than one monster has stalked the bayou. Has a deadly threat been resurrected, or does someone have a dark inspiration?

With the life of a missing woman on the line, Cheyenne and Andre have to set aside their doubts about each other and work to discover the truth. The case is too close and too personal--but they can't let it go, especially now that a ruthless killer has turned the tables and is hunting them.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780778308119
ISBN-10: 0778308111
Publisher: Mira Books
Publication Date: September 17th, 2019
Pages: 384
Language: English
Series: Krewe of Hunters

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