About this Item
Quantity Available: 1
Publisher: New American Library, New York
Publication Date: 2000
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
About this title
Fire burns the flesh. And it keeps Lacie Wagner awake at night. She has the scars to prove it--and the nightmares... Nightmares began with her father's death. Nightmares of a stranger's face...and a taunting voice of fear and menace... Now the terrifying inferno of Lacie's nightmares is becoming real. And with each passing night it's burning her alive...
"Compelling...dramatic...ingenious twists."-- Publishers Weekly
"horrific...a heart-stopping journey."-- Washington Post Book World
"A knockout. Staggeringly well done."-- Kirkus Reviews
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"If you're faint of heart, don't go near this one."-- Chicago Tribune "Shattering...A riveting suspense thriller with a plot that moves like wildfire."-- Lake Worth Herald (FL)
"A suspense mystery which had me reading into the early morning hours."-- The Snooper
"Kadow offers the reader uncanny insights into both the mind of a killer and that of an FBI profiler. A harrowing and ultimately gratifying read."-- Gregg McCrary, former FBI profiler
"A walk on the dark side for a dark winter's night reading."-- The Poisoned Pen
Jeannine Kadow was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She earned her bachelor's degree in television journalism at the University of Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia Missouri. Jeannine worked as a television news reporter and anchor, then moved on to a high powered career at Warner Brothers in television syndication. She left Warner Brothers to devote her full time to writing, and lives now in New York and the South of France.
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