Trick Me Twice by Stephen Solomita

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He keeps a silent vigil in the woods outside her house and watches every move she makes. He's the only one who knows that this ordinary day will be her last. Slowly, he raises his rifle--and when he pulls the trigger, he doesn't even blink....

Like most people in town, Senior Aid Mission volunteer Patricia Detrick thinks the shooting deaths plaguing Wayne County are simple hunting accidents--inevitable mishaps that haunt the region every year. It never crosses her mind that these "mishaps" are actually murders in disguise--or that the killer could be someone she knows.

Now, as the madman at the center of the slayings finally spins out of control, he begins his search for one special woman to become his final, fatal masterpiece. A woman just like Pat....

About Stephen Solomita

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Stephen Solomita, a former New York taxi driver, is the creator of the popular cop-turned-private-eye Stanley Moodrow, He lives in New York City.
Published August 3, 1998 by Bantam. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When smart, likable Patricia Detrick volunteers at the local Senior Aid Mission and is assigned to care for Ezekiel McTeague, a 73-year-old retired truck driver with a sordid family past, her pity for McTeague gets the best of her.

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