Originally published in THRILLER 2 (2009),edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Clive Cussler.
In this Thriller Short, #1 New York Times bestselling author Ridley Pearson offers a disturbing tale of redemption. Police detective Lou Boldt returns from a three-month suspension and a demotion to work a missing person’s case. But when a second woman goes missing, Boldt realizes he has a serial offender on his hands, and the pressure to solve the case mounts. When all of the victims turn up dead, Boldt is forced to play catch-up and, as things spiral out of control and the killing escalates, a shocking revelation awaits him—one that will forever change him.
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About the Author
Whether it's crime thrillers for adults or adventure stories for young readers, bestselling author Ridley Pearson brings imagination, suspense, and an impeccable eye for detail to all his award-winning fiction. His books for adults include the Risk Agent series, featuring security operative John Knox and former Chinese spy Grace Chu, and other standalone novels like Cut and Run. For children, Pearson's most popular series are the fantasy-adventure Disney's Kingdom Keeper books and spin-off titles. With humorist and friend Dave Barry, he has co-written a prequel series to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, Peter and the Starcatchers; the first of the series was made into the musical play, Peter and the Starcatcher.
Hometown:St. Louis, Missouri
Date of Birth:March 13, 1953
Place of Birth:Glen Cove, New York
Education:Kansas University, B.A., Brown University