#1 New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag brings back her fan-favorite Minneapolis investigators Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska in the haunting new thriller The 9th Girl . The ninth unidentified body to turn up in Minneapolis in 2012 is nicknamed Jane Doe 9. Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska... read more
The body of an unrecognizable girl coming from the trunk of a car on New Year's. She is believed to be the 9th victim of a serial killer dubbed the Doc Holliday. All of his victims are discovered during or around holidays and have similar MOs. Nikki Liska and Sam Kovak are called into the... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
The body of an unrecognizable girl coming from the trunk of a car on New Year's. She is believed to be the 9th victim of a serial killer dubbed the Doc Holliday. All of his victims are discovered during or around holidays and have similar MOs. Nikki Liska and Sam Kovak are called into the crime scene and immediately get on the case.
The investigation takes Liska and Kovak into the seedy, underworld of high school politics and family secrets. All the evidence suggests that "Zombie Girl" may have been killed by Doc Holliday, but there's so much going on in Zombie Doe's life that anyone is potentially her killer. The investigation brings Liska to question her own parenting she struggles with the idea that she isn't around enough for her two sons. One, Kyle, a very teenage son who may have known the victim or last saw her.
“Absurdity is the humor of the superior mind.”Tippen
“A pretend task force, Kovac said, I like it. Do we get to spend pretent money on it? And get imaginary overtime pay too?”Kovac's respone to Tippen's sugestion.
“How did the autopsy go? Not so well for the victim. Turns out she's dead.”Tippen & Kovac
“Nothing is foolproof to a really determined fool.”Pooch Halvorsen
“He's a dork, and he likes being a dork, and that's why he doesn't have any friends that arn't dorks.”R.J. Hatcher about his brother Kyle
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