Alone at Night (Mars Bahr Mysteries, Book 4) by K. J. Erickson
By K. J. Erickson
2013 Kindle booklet release
Tired of the politics, exposure and never-ending nights that flatter significant homicides, Detective Mars Bahr and his accomplice Nettie Frisch have moved to the chilly Case Unit, which covers the Minneapolis Police Department's oldest unsolved instances. one in all their first assignments is tackling the murders of rural comfort shop staff, which leads them to a sixteen-year-old lacking individuals case.
In 1986, seventeen-year-old Andrea Bergstad used to be operating by myself at evening at a rural Minnesota fuel station whilst she vanished with no hint. at the store's fuzzy safeguard videotape, one minute she's there, conversing at the telephone to her ally, and the subsequent she's long gone. Now, 16 years later, Mars is going again to Redstone, Minnesota, to attempt to place jointly the items of this baffling case.
In Redstone, Mars meets retired sheriff Sig Sampson, off the task for numerous years yet haunted via the Bergstad case love it was once the previous day. Sig Sampson is the single one who will help Mars do what should be performed with a purpose to resolve it: His reminiscence is the one factor that may take this chilly case and make it hot.
Mars and Sig dive into the research, and Mars quickly starts off to imagine that their exertions gets them someplace. yet his problem over the main points distracts him from the better matters within the case, and earlier than he understands it, the lives of the 2 most vital humans in Mars' lifestyles are at risk.
As along with her most modern acclaimed novel, The final Witness, KJ Erickson provides a fast moving, enticing, and staggering mystery.
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There was usually some evidence that the dead kept to themselves, a secret they had taken with them, a secret the killer forgot. In every homicide case she’d investigated, there had been something that the dead had held back. She just had to find it. To recognize it when it looked her in the face. “I figure the lividity points to the fact that she was moved,” Officer Billings said behind her. ” She tried to block him out, concentrate on the girl. ” “Prostrate,” Laura said. ” He laughed nervously.
Was he watching her now? She looked around, but saw nothing. Imagined she heard footsteps, but it was only the rain. The wind blew harder. The tree shadows lashed back and forth on the wall of the band shell in tortured shapes, as if they were being strangled. She stared out at the park. Something caught her eye in the gleam of the streetlight, wet and shiny at the edge of the stage. A matchbook. Laura had been over every inch of this stage earlier today, and she knew the matchbook had not been there when they removed the body.
She could see the creases. She leaned to look at where the girl’s back departed from the wall. The dress had been zipped up only halfway. No tag. Laura took a deep breath and looked into the girl’s eyes. She had seen many people who had died violently. It seemed to her that the eyes of a large percentage of these victims had been stamped with fathomless terror, as if they had seen their deaths coming for them. But in this girl’s eyes Laura saw no emotion, just broken blood vessels in the whites—petechiae—which hinted at death by strangulation.