He'll Earn Their Trust The recording that lands on reporter Ainsley Brennan's desk bears no postmark and no return address, only an ominous label--"Day One"--and the agonized screams of a young woman. It's a sound Ainsley will never forget, and when a pretty coed's mutilated body is found in the nearby woods, she knows there's a connection. But convincing Serenity Heights'He'll Earn Their Trust The recording that lands on reporter Ainsley Brennan's desk bears no postmark and no return address, only an ominous label--"Day One"--and the agonized screams of a young woman. It's a sound Ainsley will never forget, and when a pretty coed's mutilated body is found in the nearby woods, she knows there's a connection. But convincing Serenity Heights' stubborn, sexy new deputy police chief, Beck Raines, that she's right is another matter. Taste Their Fear Nothing ever happens in Serenity Heights. That's precisely why Beck Raines transferred there from L.A.'s homicide division before the inevitable burnout set in. Now suddenly he's dealing with one dead freshman and another who has gone missing, not to mention a gorgeous, interfering reporter who's quickly becoming a professional and personal complication. And Make Them Pay. . . As the attraction between Beck and Ainsley spirals out of control, so does the danger. Someone is torturing and killing the town's brightest and most beautiful students–someone determined to make them suffer for their lives of privilege and success. With each grisly murder, the serial killer grows bolder, braver, and more brutal. And his next victim will be the most shocking--and personal--of all. . ....
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Dead Stop Reviews
This was such a good book! I can’t believe there aren’t more reviews on it. I actually read this book in about 8 hours, because I just couldn’t put it down. The things I liked most about it were:1.) The characters felt very real and I felt connected to them right off the bat. 2.) The villain was actually scary. I freaked myself out a little reading this book home alone at night. 3.) The sex scenes weren’t cheesy, over the top, or unrealistic. They were tastefully done and actually exciting to read. What I didn’t like about the book was:1.) I was expecting the villain to be more of a shock, but it wasn’t. Which I was kind of sad about. 2.) What happened to the villain and why they did what they did to the victims was never really explained. I liked that it was kept cloudy throughout the book, but I expected when the villain was caught at the end we would actually get an explanation and the back story. We didn’t. But overall, I would definitely say check this out. It was fun, scary, sexy, and interesting.
Dead Stop is a typical small town serial killer story. The two main characters are the acting chief of police and the only reporter on the town newspaper both carrying the requisite amount of baggage from their pasts. Nothing very surprising or unique here, but overall a very solid entertaining story.
Loved it! Jamie Denton is an automatic buy for me! Great suspense and wonderful romance to boot.
I can't put this book down! Mystery and romance, what can I say but I am a sucker for a sexy hero.
Very well written. Nice light read.
Light reading; but I really enjoyed this book. I will try to find more of Denton's books.
Not the best book I've read. Kind of predictable. Good beach book but nothing more.