Chilling psychological thriller

July 29, 2006

Immoral, by Brian Freeman (Headline, $24.99):

In an ugly case of deja vu, Lieutenant Jonathan Stride must deal with the disappearance of a beautiful teenager in Duluth, Minnesota.

She’s gone without a trace: the second disappearance in a year.

The two missing girls appear to be opposites — the first is a sweet, bubbly 16-year-old while Rachel, the latest girl to disappear is something of a wild child.

With the media hounding him for a results, believing that a serial killer is on the loose, Lieutenant Stride searches from the freezing northern woods to Las Vegas.

Along the way, he exposes Rachel’s twisted background and begins to believe that the truth behind her disappearance is a whole lot  more complex than anyone could believe. And more twisted.

The secrets he uncovers will change his own life forever and show that some secrets are chillingly immoral.

If you’re a fan of psychological thrillers, this one’s for you.

Jillian Allison-Aitken

I come from the other land down under, where men are men, and sheep are nervous. I'm a sub-editor and in the past have been a proof-reader, news editor and web editor. I am also an ex-columnist, and book and software reviewer for the local daily newspaper.I still read. A lot. And surf the web. Also a lot.You'll find a little about both of those pastimes here, and on By George.

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