He has a plan. Only he sees the beauty in it. His victims go
from being terrified, to being relieved, to being shocked
and terrified at the same time. The game he plays is a game
that only he knows the rules for.
The police have found his first four victims, his cryptic
notes, and the realization they have no knowledge of what he
is trying to do or who he is. They donít even want to
contemplate where he is going with his game. They do know
they will not like it.
Jillian Rivers is in a car accident. Unknowingly, she is
part of a killerís game. When she is freed from her car by
Zane McGregor, she is not sure what to think or what to
Left to Die
had me from the first moment I started reading. Ms. Jackson
knows how to start with a bang and keep the tension going
from chapter to chapter. She makes the reader think about
how safe can sometimes be not as safe as we think. I found
myself so enraptured with her writing, I could not put the
book down. I needed to know who the killer was, if I figured
out who the killer was, and where Jillian and Zane were
going to end up. And I was flipped all over mentally, and I
still did not figure it out. I was so very impressed with
Left to Die,
I have to Joyfully Recommend it.