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It takes a killer, to catch a killer.

Logan Wolf was the Behavioral Analysis Unit's most-respected profiler. Then, a serial killer murdered his wife, and tore his life apart. Now, he's a vigilante fugitive, hiding from the FBI, while he hunts the nation's deadliest criminals.

When a college student and her boyfriend vanish in West Texas, Wolf suspects the Devil's Rock killer. But, the FBI hasn't captured the murderer, and after a decade of terror, the trail is turning cold.

Posing as the missing girl's uncle, Wolf investigates the tiny town of Dusk Corners, the last place anyone saw the students alive. But the local sheriff doesn't trust Wolf, and it's just a matter of time before he learns Wolf's true identity.

To solve the mystery, Wolf must dodge the FBI and power-hungry sheriff. But a killer, deadlier than any he's encountered, lies in wait.

In Dusk Corners, danger lurks in every shadow.

©2021 Dan Padavona (P)2022 Dan Padavona

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  • Jacquelyn D. Dohoney
  • 02-07-22

Great story!

Like the title said, great story! The only thing I wasn’t a fan of the as the main character’s voice, as previous posters stated. Based on key phrases I can tell it was written that way on purpose and not the fault of the narrator. It wasn’t a deal breaker for me. I just pictured his voice to be more gruff (rode hard if that makes sense) instead of someone who should be judging wine tasting. Other than that I liked it and would be interested in reading the next one!

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  • Beth
  • 24-04-22

Terrible Narrator

This narrator is so terrible, especially with the voice of the main character. I wish I hadn’t wasted a credit on this book!