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   Books / eBook : Collecting the Dead (Special Tracking Unit, Book 1) by Spencer Kope
Collecting the Dead (Special Tracking Unit, Book 1) by Spencer Kope

Language: English | Format: epub | Size: 468.74 KB |

Magnus "Steps" Craig is part of the elite three.
When the remains of a murdered woman are found, Steps recognizes the shine left by the murderer from another crime scene with a physically similar victim. And he uncovers the signature at both scenes.

"Fascinating and compelling! Spencer Kope's Collecting the Dead reenergizes the crime genre with the introduction of "human bloodhound" FBI Agent Magnus Craig whose special skills puts him on every serial killer's trail, but also in at least one psychopath's sights. The twists and turns will leave you breathless!" ―Lisa Gardner
"I read this book in two sittings, ignoring my work and family until I turned the last page. Mark my words, 'Steps' Craig is poised to take his place among our most popular and cherished thriller heroes. I can't wait for the next book." ―Chelsea Cain
"Collecting the Dead introduces Magnus 'Steps' Craig, a member of the FBI's Special Tracking Unit who has a special gift known only to a few, but will it be enough to stop a killer who seems to be one step ahead of everyone? Kope's debut is a well written thrill ride that introduces a very appealing hero. Hopefully Steps will be back in action soon." ―Phillip Margolin

About the Author
SPENCER KOPE is the Crime Analyst for the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office. Currently assigned to Detectives Division, he provides case support to detectives and deputies, and is particularly good at identifying possible suspects. In his spare time he developed a database. 



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