There is a killer in New York City. He's targeting ballerinas. Why? How does he manage to hide himself for nearly a year? He remembered them all vividly. Delicious Lisa had happened by accident. But Elizabeth...she had stopped by for coffee. He left her body in the fountain at Lincoln Center. He scratched his head. No, that was wrong. Elizabeth had been found in the middle of Washington Square Park in a lawn leaf bag. Ah, then there was Nicole. Nicki. With her jet black hair and violet tinged eyes. She had whispered she loved him right before he strangled her. He smiled. Only Heather Cooper had ruined it. Charlotte Greene in June had been the best. Even better than Lisa. Because she had the same name as Mama. Mama. Suddenly he looked around. His daydreams had to be over. For a year he had worked alone. Now he would have his Mama back. He wouldn’t need his girls anymore.
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Since Judi Miller was five, she wanted to live in New York City and be an actress. Graduating from the Cleveland Playhouse Children’s Theatre she went on to Ohio University where she majored in theatre arts. She left there to go to Julliard School of Music majoring in the Martha Graham technique. She did summer stock where in ‘Time Out for Ginger’ she acted with then unknown and “wonderfully nice” Dustin Hoffman. One day Judi had an epiphany: She wanted to be a writer. She was told by an editor and dear friend to earn while she learned so she went into advertising as a copywriter. A creative director was looking at her portfolio and told Judi she could be a different writer if she went to the School of Visual Arts for Graphics, so off she went to learn the meaning of concept which she applies to this day. Not really a 9-5 type of person Judi started her own free-lance company. During this time she wrote many commercials for a radio station heard in the Garment District. She would take menus and business cards and create commercials that would become classics. She also wrote for newspapers and national magazines, sometimes under the pen names Jennifer Lee, Marla Jenson and Duane Facquard. Judi penned a series of self-help books for adults and younger readers, and a number of Young Adult books followed by numerous Adult suspense titles. You can view all of Judi Miller’s newly re-published works here: http://www.woolyswagon.com/JudiMiller.html
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Book Description Pocket Books. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Light shelving wear with minimal damage to cover and bindings. Pages show minor use. Bookseller Inventory # G0671465023I3N00
Book Description Pocket Books, New York NY, 1981. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. inked wrapper edges; spine creases; bookseller stamps on inside front wrapper and on title page; title page. Bookseller Inventory # PT015237