By Oliver Stark
3 unconnected crimes are approximately to be associated within the so much chilling approach that you can think of. the kidnapping of a teenage lady, heading in the direction of a bus cease. a lady shot, point-blank in the course of a brutal theft. a tender guy tortured, his physique discovered wrapped in barbed twine.
With not anything to point that the 3 are hooked up, NYPD detective Tom Harper and psychologist Denise Levene needs to glance past the outside to discover a killer's real motivation. they usually think that they have got came across a assassin conditioned to hate and keen to visit any lengths to make his sufferers endure. The killer has not anything to lose. Harper and Levene have one likelihood to trap him. occasionally hate is simply the start ...
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Yet still its secret eluded him. What had happened here? Something important, something he needed to remember. He sank deeper into his dream of a life lived on the edge of yesterday. In the dream he roamed across Bali until he came to the Indian Ocean. There, rising out of the creaming surf, was a pillar of fire. It rose up into the clear blue sky until its tip touched the sun. As a shadow he went across the sand, soft as talcum, to embrace the flames. He awoke, wanting to tell Moira about his dream, but for some reason he didn’t.
This was far from a perfect place for an ambush. He’d taken a look at the local map and knew that in a moment they’d break out of the trees onto the terraced rice paddies that surrounded the village of Tenganan. “There’s an irrigation system that runs above the paddies,” Moira said in his ear. He nodded just as the terraced quilt of vivid emerald green appeared, sparkling in the brilliant sunlight. The sun blazed down on men and women with straw hats and long knives bent over the rice plants. Others walked behind teams of plodding cows, tilling sections of the paddies where the rice had been harvested, the remains burned off so that other crops—potatoes, chilies, or long beans—could be grown, ensuring that the rich, volcanic soil wouldn’t be depleted of minerals.
It took all his skill to keep from veering off into the looming forest. As the path flattened out, they whizzed past small shacks, men wielding axes or stirring pots over fires, women with babies in the crooks of their arms, and the ubiquitous feral dogs, thin and cowed, which shied away from the racing vehicles. Clearly they were on the outskirts of a village. Could it be Tenganan? Bourne wondered. Had Suparwita foreseen this chase? Soon thereafter they passed through a stone archway and entered the village proper.