Notorious serial killer Brenda Nevins has cajoled, seduced, blackmailed, and left a trail of bodies all across Washington State. Now, after a daring prison escape, she is free to carry out her ultimate act of revenge. The targets: forensic pathologist Birdy Waterman and sheriff’s detective Kendall Stark. The pawn: a television psychic hungry for fame, ratings, and blood. There’s only way to stop a killer as brutal, brilliant, and twisted as this: beat her at her own game…
Praise for Gregg Olsen’s novels
“YOU’LL SLEEP WITH THE LIGHTS ON AFTER READING GREGG OLSEN.” —Allison Brennan
“READERS WILL GET THE SHOCK OF A LIFETIME.” – Suspense Magazine
“OLSEN KEEPS THE TENSION TAUT.” – Publishers Weekly
Throughout his career, Gregg Olsen has demonstrated an ability to create a detailed narrative that offers readers fascinating insights into the lives of people caught in extraordinary circumstances.
Award-winning author Gregg Olsen has been a guest on dozens of national and local television shows, including educational programs for the History Channel, Learning Channel, and Discovery Channel. He has also appeared on Good Morning America, The Early Show, FOX News; CNN, Anderson Cooper 360, Deborah Norville Tonight, MSNBC’s Special Edition, Entertainment Tonight, 48 Hours, I-Detective, Fame for 15, Crier Live, Leeza, Sally Jessy Raphael, Inside Edition, Extra, Access Hollywood, Evening Magazine, Northwest Afternoon, AM Northwest, MSNBC’s Headliners and Legends with Matt Lauer, and A&E’s Biography.
In addition, the New York Times bestselling author has been featured in Redbook, USA Today, People, Salon magazine, Seattle Times, Los Angeles Times and the New York Post. A native of Seattle, he lives in Olalla, Washington (near Seattle).
Gregg has won awards for his writing from the Society of Professional Journalists (Sigma Delta Chi), National Federation of Presswomen (a National first place) and some awards from Public Relations Society of America and Society for Technical Communications. The Deep Dark was named Idaho Book of the Year by the Idaho Library Association and was one of two finalists for the Western Writers of America Spur Award in the category of Contemporary Nonfiction.