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Let Me In
Title:Let Me In
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All he wanted was to stop a killer.

He never knew what it would cost.

Morgan Young only took the small cases – the ones he knew he could solve – but when Detective Gary Lee arrives on his doorstep asking for help, he's given no choice. Two women are dead, and they have to find the killer before he strikes again.

Before he knows it, Morgan is in the middle of a revenge story that darkens with every twist. While victims are dropping like flies and his abilities are being questioned, he has one chance to find the serial killer, and that opportunity is passing him by. Fast.

LET ME IN is a tense, nail-biting serial killer story with an enthralling prose. Short, exciting chapters and twists at every turn make this novel a great read for any fan of James Patterson, Tess Gerritsen or Harlan Coben.

"Psychotic serial killers, likeable characters and a twist to die for."

"If you like Alex Cross, here's one for you."

"Morgan Young is a great guy with horrible luck."

"Finally, a serial killer I can understand. These characters are so real."

"I'll read anything this author writes. Period."
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