Perfect Victim

Perfect Victim A slashed female corpsea footprint a tire tracka trail of blood in a crowded shopping mall Even the most jaded cops are horrified by the carnage But to seasoned FBI profiler Ulysses Grove the eviden

  • Title: Perfect Victim
  • Author: Jay Bonansinga
  • ISBN: 9780786018789
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • A slashed female corpsea footprint, a tire tracka trail of blood in a crowded shopping mall Even the most jaded cops are horrified by the carnage But to seasoned FBI profiler Ulysses Grove, the evidence spells out a much personal message a threat that speaks to Grove aloneMeticulous KillerHe chooses his victims with care He plans their murders with paiA slashed female corpsea footprint, a tire tracka trail of blood in a crowded shopping mall Even the most jaded cops are horrified by the carnage But to seasoned FBI profiler Ulysses Grove, the evidence spells out a much personal message a threat that speaks to Grove aloneMeticulous KillerHe chooses his victims with care He plans their murders with painstaking precision he studies the most notorious slayers He s gone to extremes to achieve his goals committed to fulfilling his destiny as history s greatest serial killerWith precious lives at stake, and his very soul on the line, Grove throws himself into the chase and into a trap from which there s no escape

    Perfect Victim The True Story of The Girl in the Box by Jul , A disturbing and shocking read yet uplifting when justice finally comes to happen, Perfect Victim tells the story of a heinous crime but also one district attorney s dedication to the girl in the box It s a very brutal and often horrible story that I wouldn t recommend to everyone, but nonetheless it s a very important book. Perfect Victim The True Story of the Girl in the Box May , Perfect Victim tells the bizarre story of a young woman kidnapped while hitchhiking from Oregon to her home in California in Colleen Stan is sadistically kept prisoner for most of years She is forced to spend many nights in a small box Perfect Victims Mar , Perfect Victims A psycho who has contracted AIDS blames women for his disease, and begins to stalk and kill beautiful girls. The Perfect Victim Directed by Elizabeth Rohrbaugh With Carlene Borden, Ruby Jamerson, Amy Lorenz Moser, Shirley Lute For over thirty years, three women have languished in Missouri State prison under unjust sentences for killing their abusive husbands Denied the opportunity to enter the abuse into evidence, each of the women represents a system broken by outdated and media sensationalized stereotypes. Perfect Victim Kelley Armstrong Perfect Victim There s a killer in Honolulu, targeting those involved in the family court system When no one else would take one victim s cases, lawyer Angela Kamaka did, putting herself squarely in the killer s cross sights For Nadia, Angela is the perfect victim an innocent Perfect Victim by Elizabeth Southall Sep , Perceived by crime experts everywhere as one of the most bizarre homicides they had encountered, Perfect Victim recounts two stories Rachel s mother Elizabeth Southall tells of her family s heart rending experience how they lived through unimaginable tragedy, going to extraordinary lengths to prove their daughter wasn t a runaway. Double Play Perfect Victim by Kelley Armstrong Double Play Perfect Victim Nadia Stafford . But for Jack, semi retirement is a dangerous proposition There are plenty of people who don t want to lose his services He s halfway around the world when one of those disgruntled clients comes for Nadia And he has no way to warn her. Perfect Victim Nadia Stafford . by Kelley Armstrong Perfect Victim is . in the Nadia Stafford series It is a novella This novella has a character from A Darkness Absolute, Tyrone Cypher Apparently Perfect Victim takes place about five years before Cypher appears in A Darkness Absolute. Watch The Perfect Victim Prime Video Oct , The Perfect Victim For over thirty years, three women have languished in Missouri State prison under unjust sentences for killing their abusive husbands When a greater understanding of the battered syndrome change legal practices in , Missouri s Governor crafts a new law demanding the parole board reevaluate each woman s case. The Perfect Victim by Linda Castillo The Perfect Victim by Linda Castillo is a publication This book was one I picked up at a library sale a while back This romantic suspense novel centers around Addison Fox, a woman in search of her birth parents Her lawyer sends her to Randall Talbot and his brother Jack, an private detective agency.

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    1. Synopsis promises excitement - author failed to deliver.Anyone who’s read my more recent reviews usually get a brief rundown of what I read, what I liked and disliked. With this one, I’m sorry, but I’m not wasting my time.The synopsis had my attention, I figured this one was right down my alley. How misleading! The prologue and first couple of chapters had my attention. From then on, I had to force myself to read this book. For me, that’s not good - not good at all. I felt absolutely not [...]

    2. "Perfect Victim" is James Patterson/Alex Cross light. It's not that it's a bad book, it's just that I'd already felt like I'd read the story (and experienced the qualities of the main character) in an earlier Alex Cross novel (or two) by James Patterson. The main character, Ulysses Grove, is practically a clone of Alex Cross with a wife who questions her role in her man's life, a boss who is often "down" on him, a nice kid that he loves dearly but doesn't get to spend enough time with, etc. In a [...]

    3. Never read anything by this author but this book got me involved right from the beginning.An FBI Profiler,it is quite a thriller,with paranormal and history.lots of action.To much going on here to try and give you an idea.Best I can tell you is to read it yourself.Going to look up what else this guy wrote!!!

    4. I am not sure why I finished this book. What I expected was a straight forward book about a serial killer. Instead it was about a para-normal serial killer with hints of ancient religions, voodoo and other things that may be good in a Stephen King novel but just didn't cut it for me in this book.

    5. This is the first book I’ve read by this author and I was rather disappointed. There was too much history of voodoo magic that somehow wound its way into the life of a serial killer, with little explanation; too much was to be inferred by the reader. There was less profiling of a criminal and more mental confusion and breakdown of the profiler! An alright book but nothing memorable.

    6. Perfect Victim was my introduction to the work of Jay Bonansinga and, unfortunately, it may be my only exposure. The book started out okay; it appeared to fall within the crime-fiction/thriller genre but half-way through the book the author introduced a number of potential supernatural plot twists, some of which simply did not pan out.There were a number of editing errors throughout the book; the errors consisted primarily in missing and misspelled words. It was enough of an issue that it caused [...]

    7. Paula is a private detective and went to the police station to talk to Warren Wade who had been arrested for the murder of his ex fiance Sylvia. Sylvia had been killed three nights before with q fire poker that had warren’s fingerprints all over it. Sylvia told warren she didn’t love him any more and broke the engagement but Warren said she had been acting a little strange while she was telling him. Warren states he did not kill Sylvia and Paula believed him. Warren was a rich man who really [...]

    8. This is the continuing series of Ulysses Grove, FBI profiler. His is a strange and interesting life, with some weird African ju ju going on in his past. A serial killer has a unique connection to Ulysses and he is using that connection to draw Ulysses into his trap. At each crime scene there is a message for the profiler. He enlists the aid of a young FBI recruit to investigate Ulysses’ past while he investigates the serial killer. Edith Drinkwater can’t believe some of the stories she is he [...]

    9. What a fantastic book. You can't help but feeling a connection with Uly Grove the main character. He is a very deep, emotional character and the mystery surrounding him keeps you reading late into the night.This book was a page turner. It was full of suspense and I couldn't wait until I got to the end. Jay Bonansinga has now become one of my favorite authors!I realized after I started reading this that I had read one of the Uly Grove books a while back. I now plan on going back and reading the s [...]

    10. One of my favorite things to do is go to a bookstore and pick up a book from a author that I've never heard of and that sounds interesting. This book was one of the best random picks I've ever had. The cases were so interesting and unique and I loved everything about this book. I need to read more by this author.

    11. Pretty good. It kinda took me a while to really get in to it, but it was good. I really got into after like page 240 I don't usually finish reading books that don't really hold my attention well, but this was good & I am glad that I kept at it;)

    12. This was a little bit too far fetched. I didn't really get the main idea or why any of the stuff happened. I like thrillers and mysteries, don't mind a superhero character like Jack REacher etc, but this guy was just too much. Don't think I'll bother with any of the other ones.

    13. I think it was ok. Though the book wasn't as great as I thought it would be I was still able to finish reading it. If you're into thriller novels with a hint of the supernatural and unexplainable powers then Perfect Victim is for you.

    14. Awesome thriller! Couldn't put it down and I can't wait to read the rest of the Ulysses Grove series that Bonansinga has wrote.

    15. I will be hard pressed to read anymore of this authors books. there were too many issues of consistency in the book itself. I plan on sending the publisher a note about it.

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