Book: The Fear Collectors - a Dr. Jessica Coran M.E. mystery (The Instinct Series #13) by Robert W. Walkercategories: Book, Mystery, Action Adventure, Female Sleuths, Police Procedural, Chicago Police, Stark, Florida, Interrogations, Crime Fiction, Criminal Minds, Murder Mystery, Suspense Thriller
Robert W. Walkerabout this book: When Dr. Jessica Coran, M.E., former FBI & now crime consultant is called into a Chicago PD case, Det. Samantha 'Sam' Reason makes her feelings known off the bat. She does not share well, that is until she gets to know Jessica, and a mutual respect begins to grow and flourish. Dr. Coran has been the subject of 12 previous titles in the long-running, award-winning Instinct Series. Having retired from the FBI, she is now a freelance consultant on some of the worst crimes imaginable, and Sam's case is no exception--far from it. In fact, this case has far-reaching tentacles that cut across many state lines and several social strata.
The victims are helpless and their abject fear is caught on camera and collected for sales and distribution. After all, it's a business. The victims are finally murdered to satisfy the sadistic tastes of those who enjoy watching others suffer. Social media and snuff films combine in this ugly business, and the network of criminals involved stretches from Chicago to Miami and to all cities in between.
It takes the combined talents of these two strong women, Coran and Reason, to drag this dark horror into the light of day, and to bring all the parties to justice. However it's a multi-billion dollar industry, so those involved will stop at nothing to put an end to the Coran-Reason investigation. Murder is always an option for those in the murder business.
How dark can the minds of a cabal of killers get? Extremely dark in The Fear Collectors.
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