Dark Need (The Dead Man, Book 20) by Lee Goldberg, William Rabkin, Stant Litore

By Lee Goldberg, William Rabkin, Stant Litore

Matt is monitoring a blood-sucking, shape-shifting killer throughout the icy Cascade Mountains whilst he encounters a mysterious lady who's at the similar corpse-strewn trail…but who has a terrifying mystery of her own.

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The tall raven-haired woman in the photo stared back at him with something akin to hatred, and he recognized her, of course he recognized her, for hers was a face he had come to know intimately. She of the compressed lightning bolt of a scar, the lovely fissure running from under her nose to her lip. An involuntary cry escaped his throat as he ran into the house, leaving splayed on the sidewalk the album containing a century-old photo of his wife. 7 Conrad stood in the front sitting room, looking out the window to the album on the ground.

This was the kind of round figure that suggested payoff. Considering the source it seemed insignificant. ’ Conrad looked at Roddy. He hadn’t told anybody since he’d gotten the call a week ago. Jo had been in Atlanta. He told her what had happened, of course, but he hadn’t known how it would end. She offered to go with him, cancel her trip. He said no, he’d be fine. The man from Builder’s Trust Nationwide had been there at St Anthony’s, anxious to close the matter and avoid litigation, which Conrad had no interest in pursuing.

And it was pretty clear that, since his father’s death, money was not the real issue. She needed something to do, he’d rushed her, and now here they were. ‘I just want you to be happy,’ he said. ‘It’s eight weeks,’ she said. ’ He wouldn’t taste another beer this good until she came home. Jo did not cry as they said their goodbyes inside the Dane County Airport. Surrender had been reached; neither husband nor wife had the energy to continue the debate. Conrad shuffled aside to make room for three generations huddled around a tall girl in a University of Wisconsin sweatshirt, the whole famdamly seeing off their pride and joy for the summer.

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