Savage Art by Danielle Girard

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Death was his art. She would be his masterpiece.

They called him Leonardo—a master skilled in the art of murder. One year ago, Cincinnati was his canvas. A scalpel was his tool. And women were his works-in-progress. FBI profiler Casey McKinley was one of them, a victim of Leonardo's twisted genius. She has the scars—and the nightmares—to prove it.

For Casey, a new city means a life far from the one she left behind in Cincinnati. In San Francisco she finally feels safe. Until a series of eerily familiar slayings plunges her back into Leonardo's game. Now she must catch this clever killer before he can unveil his ultimate masterpiece. Only this time she'll play by a different set of rules—hers.

"Gripping... Scary... kept me reading until the end." ~New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin

"Chilling and suspenseful... Savage Art isn't just about jeopardy, it's also about hope and resourcefulness and perseverance in the face of terror. Girard writes her compelling tale with the authority of a woman who knows what it takes to survive." ~Stephen White

"Hits you like a shock of ice-cold water and chills you to the bone." ~New York Times bestselling author Michael Prescott

"Guaranteed to keep you up late at night and make you sleep with the lights on." ~New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner

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As one of four children, Danielle Girard grew up in a house where the person with the best story got heard, and it’s probably no surprise that fast-paced suspense stories have always been her favorite. Girard’s books have won the Barry Award and been selected for the RT Reviewers Choice Award. Two of her novels have been optioned for movies.

About Danielle Girard

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Danielle Girard lives in Bozeman, MT.
Published April 26, 2012 by ePublishing Works!. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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