Her Sense of Justice: When Murder is Sanctioned and Genetics Rule Ron McGraw Author
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Madison Kyle is a young, head-strong and attractive true-crime writer. While she is modestly successful, her agent prods a reluctant Madison into a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: Interview serial killer Brandon Seville in San Quentin's Death Row before he takes a short walk to the green room. Convicted of murdering 33 women, Seville has never admitted his crimes or divulged the locations of his victims' graves. Now, however, his attorney, Carver, has convinced him to bare all in order for Seville's family's to share in the planned book's profits. With only weeks to live, Seville agrees and Madison is drawn into a nightmarish world of crime and sadism that wreaks havoc with her mind. Unable to write at her apartment in Newport Beach, Madison takes refuge in the Sierras at her agent's cabin and then things begin to happen, nightmarish things.


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