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Wherever You Live. . .
From city to city, one man walks the streets, carefully choosing his victims. Mercilessly, he cuts their throats. And with each kill, he leaves his chilling trademark, honed to razor-sharp perfection over decades of practice. . .
He'll Find You. . .
But now, reporter Alex Chapa is tracking the story, following the lead of a murdered colleague--and getting dangerously close to the most elusive serial killer in decades. . .
And Kill You. . .
When the next victim surfaces bearing the unmistakable calling card, Alex realizes no one is safe from this psychopath's murderous rage. For the killer has set his sights on Alex and those he loves--and only their blood will satisfy him. . .
Praise for Henry Perez
"A riveting thriller. Killing Red demands to be read in one sitting." --James Rollins
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HENRY PEREZ worked as a newspaper reporter for more than a decade. Born in Cuba, he immigrated to the U.S. at a young age, and lives in the Chicago area with his wife and children. Killing Red is his first novel. Readers can visit him at henryperezbooks.comFrom Publishers Weekly:
Veteran Chicago Record reporter Alex Chapa is looking forward to a much needed vacation and time with his 10-year-old daughter, Nikki, whom he barely sees now that his ex has moved to Boston. Then his boss calls him back to cover for Jim Chakowski, killed in a mysterious explosion. As Alex digs into Chakowski's notes linking a string of murders to prominent city council members, he and Nikki come under fire. Short, choppy chapters move the action along at a measured clip, and detailed descriptions infuse the text with atmosphere and suspense, especially during flashbacks to Alex's childhood in Cuba and the murderer's dark and traumatic upbringing. The killer's identity is no surprise, but the final showdown keeps the adrenaline pumping right through the ending, which Perez (Killing Red) leaves wide open for possible sequels.
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