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As for the discovery at Talladega, he must look on it only as an
interesting development, something to watch with amusement and curiosity
as the law struggled to put together the pieces.
Who had been the kills at Talladega? He vaguely remembered a blond
prostitute, a homeless black man, a teenager selling his body on the
streets...and the little girl.
Funny, but until that moment he'd completely forgotten about the little
The Killing Game by Iris Johansen.
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