Splinter by Michael MacConnell

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Sarah Reilly just brought down one of America's worst serial killers. Her father, FBI legend Harry Reilly, was kidnapped during the investigation, and the man she loved was murdered. Refusing offers of extended leave, Sarah launches herself back into her work in the Boston FBI field office. But the murder of a child in California sees her and her new partner assigned to a special taskforce to investigate. It's a high-profile case. The parents are famous, wealthy and, it seems, they are holding information back. The whispers about their guilt are growing. Sarah is right in the middle, looking for the truth, and she isn't going to let PR spin doctors or the LAPD get in her way.


About Michael MacConnell

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Michael MacConnell was born in Australia and has lived in Europe, America and the Middle East for several years. He has a degree from Sydney University and majored in International Relations, History and Ancient History. A member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, he is currently working as a Licensed Corporate Security Consultant.
Published January 1, 2008 by Hachette.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction