Item description for At First Sight by Jodie Larsen...
At first, Kaycee Miller, a psychologist specializing in handwriting analysis, is certain she's dreaming. But one touch of the girl's tear-streaked face convinces her this nightmare is all too real. The door to the adjoining room is ajar, and the man sleeping inside is armed. Kaycee and the girl flee-but soon discover it is already too late to escape.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.74" Width: 5.74" Height: 1" Weight: 1.29 lbs.
Release Date Jan 28, 2001
Publisher Hawk Publishing Group
ISBN 1930709331 ISBN13 9781930709331
Availability 0 units.
More About Jodie Larsen
Jodie Larsen currently resides in Tulsa, in the state of Oklahoma.
Reviews - What do customers think about At First Sight?
GREAT PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER Oct 27, 2001
Jodie Larsen's first three suspense novels, "Deadly Company, "Deadly Silence," and "Deadly Rescue," were exceptional.However, with "AT FIRST SIGHT," Larsen now stands proudly among the best in this genre.
The harrowing climax is full of unforeseen twists and turns as the main characters use all their skills to stay alive--and ultimately discover the horrifying secret that lies at the heart of the mayhem the antagonist creates.
The novel writer's first job is to help the reader to suspend disbelief. Larsen is a master when it comes to this facet of writing. You believe the protagonist and the events that lead her into life-threating situations that bring out not only a Certified Search and Rescue team with their K-9 dogs, but the FBI. You believe and live each scene as a sociopath kidnaps his own five-year old daughter, kills a cohort in crime to cover his tracks, then tries to murder a girl whose only crime is being naive and an unwitting accomplice.
This is a plot that defies review as each foreshadow, each entry of a new character, deepens the suspense. To say more would spoil the readers' fun of discovery.
Patricia Ann Jones, published writer & literary critic