Columnist Jessica Crawford is known as the "Love Doctor" by readers of the San Francisco Herald, and she also pitches in when investigative reporter Warren Jacobs falls off the wagon. Crawford's investigative ghost-writing focuses on the Final Call Killer, who currently holds San Francisco riveted by his chilling murders of prominent, successful women.

Her double duty ends when Jacobs perishes and Pulitzer Prizewinning journalist Cole Rawlings is hired as his replacement. What no one has realized is that the Final Call Killer eliminated Jacobs because of a story written under his byline. If the killer learns that it was Jessica who penned the piece, she too will become a target.

Sawyer is back doing what she does best—dishing up fantastic romantic suspense. This is one more notch on her belt of exciting thrillers! (Apr., 416 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith