By Kay Hooper
Younger, susceptible, beautiful, Tessa grey gave the look of the ideal sufferer. Which used to be why Noah Bishop of the FBI's designated Crimes Unit recruited the amateur operative to take advantage of as bait for a killer hidden contained in the Church of the eternal Sin--a fortified mountain compound the place no less than ladies have already been murdered in ways in which defy rationalization. through getting into the cult's compound, Tessa will disclose herself to the darkish magnetism of its chief and his fanatically unswerving fans. as soon as she's inside of, not anyone, now not even Bishop or the town's leader of police, can warrantly she'll pop out alive. and never even Tessa is familiar with if she's robust sufficient to withstand the trap of a killer who's lower than human.
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