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Stalker

Faye Kellerman

4 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense

Pete Decker and his policewoman daughter Cindy must work side by side to catch a vindictive killer in the suspense-packed twelfth thriller of the series

Cindy Decker's decision to follow in the footsteps of her police lieutenant father was never an easy one. For Pete Decker is, to say the least, overprotective of his only daughter. So when Cindy begins to wonder if she is being followed - maybe even stalked - her father is the last person she can confide in. Frantically trying to contend with her own raw, gnawing fear whilst balancing her work and a clandestine relationship with one of Decker's colleagues, she allows her father access to the horrific facts only when their cases seem to be on a collision course. Together they find themselves in uncharted criminal territory, where snap-second decisions can make the difference between the life and death of those you love...

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Praise for Stalker

  • Outstanding, suspense-packed...Kellerman is a fine writer, beautifully evoking the feel of Los Angeles and creating scenes that would please Chandler and MacDonald. She deals realistically with the problems women face in a male police world...wise and honest - Publishers Weekly

  • The page-turner of a plot is fuelled by Kellerman's seemingly boundless knowledge of the psychological mind-set of both cops and criminals... Many compelling characters and asides on everything from religion to family dynamics... Another winner - Booklist

  • 'This novel is very exciting' - Mail On Sunday

  • Unpredictable...well-told and complicated story - New York Times

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