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Simon & Schuster
368 pages
Product Description
<b> <P>The master of the "thrill ride between covers" (<I>Los Angeles Times</i>) delivers a suspenseful cat-and-mouse tale that unfolds in real-time and gives a harrowing look at the consequences of heartless evil.<P> <P>When a 911 call from a secluded Wisconsin vacation house is cut short, off-duty deputy Brynn McKenzie leaves her husband and son at the dinner table and drives up to Lake Mondac to investigate—and walks right into a nightmare when she stumbles upon the scene of an atrocious, gruesome murder. Brynn realizes that the perpetrator hasn’t left the crime scene yet, but it’s already too late to call for backup—dense woods surround the house, and there is nowhere for her to run but into the hostile Wisconsin wilderness.<P><I> <P>The Bodies Left Behind </i>is filled with Deaver’s signature twists and turns, where nothing is what it seems, and death lingers just around the next curve on a deserted path deep in the midnight forest.<P></b>
Simon & Schuster
368 pages
Amazon.com Review
<strong>Amazon Best of the Month, November 2008</strong>: Nothing is as it seems in <em>The Bodies Left Behind</em>, Jeffrey Deaver's quintessential can't-put-it-down thriller about an off-duty cop who investigates an aborted 911 call from a secluded vacation home and ends up on the run. From the opening scene (that'll keep even the bravest of you at home with the doors locked and the shades drawn), Deaver delivers a clever page-turner that reads like one of his tightly plotted and fast-paced short stories (fans should check out <em>Twisted</em>). Endlessly surprising (there is more than one jaw-dropping plot twist) and supremely gripping (two hours after cracking this stand-alone thriller, I came up for air and took a moment to shake the cramp out of my fingers), <em>The Bodies Left Behind</em> is one of the most entertaining thrillers of the year. --<em>Daphne Durham</em><br />