By Phillip Margolin
Inside a cabin tucked away within the Oregon woods a grisly scene awaits investigating police. Arrested quickly after for the heinous crime, Vincent Cardoni—a terrific health practitioner with a historical past of violence and drug abuse—hires Portland's most sensible lawyer, Frank Jaffe, to guard him opposed to a probably insurmountable pile of facts.
Jaffe's daughter, Amanda—a younger attorney getting her first flavor of legal defense—wonders even if she's representing an blameless guy or utilizing her enormous abilities to set a monster unfastened. Then Cardoni disappears less than strange circumstances.
Four years later the slaughter starts back. yet is it Cardoni plying his grotesque exchange, or the paintings of one other both marvelous, both encouraged killer? and will Amanda and policeman Bobby Vasquez hunt the elusive maniac down prior to they themselves fall sufferer to a psychopath's negative hunger?