By Alex Kava
On July 17 convicted serial killer Ronald Jeffreys was once accomplished for 3 heinous murders. 3 months later, one other physique is located close to Platte urban, Nebraska -- killed within the comparable sort as Jeffreys'. It takes the services of FBI profiler Maggie O'Dell to bare that Jeffreys can have been accomplished for 2 murders he didn't commit...and that one other killer continues to be at the unfastened, preying at the blameless. It's now as much as Maggie -- aided by way of neighborhood sheriff Nick Morelli -- to unmask the face of evil and forestall a cold-blooded killer from taking one other life....
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