A little Death by A.J. Cross. Published by Severn House

Elizabeth Williams has been missing for a year when her body is found in a field near the college she attended. Forensic specialist Dr. Kate Hanson is in charge of finding out how the girl died and looking for any clues that will help the police catch her killer. But a year after death, the body is so badly decomposed, it’s almost impossible for Kate to find any forensic evidence that will be helpful to authorities, so Kate will have to find another way. She begins to form a psychological profile of the killer by learning all she can about the victim and the manner of her death, because Kate is sure this killer will not stop at one body. Tense and exciting, this is for fans of early Patricia Cornwell

 

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