By J. T. Ellison
Ten sufferers, each one with light epidermis and lengthy darkish hair. All were slashed around the throat, an identical purple lipstick smeared throughout their lips.In the mid-1980s the Snow White Killer terrorized the streets of Nashville, Tennessee. Then by surprise the murders stopped. A letter from the killer to the police acknowledged that his paintings was once done.Now 4 extra our bodies are discovered, marked along with his deadly signature. The citizens of Nashville worry a madman has lower back, a long time later, to complete his in poor health fairy story. murder Lieutenant Taylor Jackson believes the killings are the paintings of a copycat killer who is much more terrifying. For this monster is meticulously honing his craft as he mimics recognized serial murders…proving that the previous isn't to be forgotten.
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Maybe he feels guilty and is trying to redeem himself. Maybe he’s just a sicko and likes the way it smells on them while he’s raping them. I don’t know, Taylor. Go catch him and you can tell me. No matter what, this latest girl was treated differently. T. ” Taylor nodded. ” Five Taylor was on overdrive, the new information spinning in her head. She called Baldwin the minute she hit the truck. “Baldwin, I need you. The basic elements of this murder are different from the first three. And wait until you hear this.
Her name was Tiffani Crowden. The brand of lipstick was identified as Chanel Coco Red. She was the first confirmed kill for the Snow White Killer. Each subsequent murder scene was identical, though he never left the bodies in the same place twice. The next victims were Ava D’Angelo, an eighteenyear-old waitress, and Kristina Ratay, who attended the prestigious all-girls’ school called Harpeth Hall. In late October 1986, Colette Burich was killed; she worked as a nanny for a wealthy family. In early 1987, Evelyn Santana, a Belmont coed whose parents were well-respected doctors in town, showed up dead.
A little girl named Giselle, with dark, flowing hair. When little Giselle grew up a bit, the paparazzi con stantly buzzing around her caused her mother endless headaches. Remy wasn’t happy with that overattention, and sent her only child to live with her parents, away from the glare of Hollywood. Giselle’s grandparents immedi ately enrolled her in her mother’s alma mater in Nashville, Father Ryan. They assumed the first-class Catholic school would be good for their beloved granddaughter, used the abundant love to compensate for her mother’s recurring absences.
14 (The second book in the Taylor Jackson series) by J. T. Ellison