Dancing in the Dark
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Dancing in the Dark

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Jack Niemczyk is a mindhunter, a profiler. An expert at putting himself inside the minds of some of the most twisted killers ever to plague the country, he has been a FBI Special Agent for nearly twenty years. There isn't much he hasn't seen or hunted. Now he's been sent to New Orleans to find yet another serial killer. He hates the city, he hates the case, and he hates hi...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published October 28th 2004 by Amber Quill Press, LLC (first published October 2004)
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Don't judge a book by its cover - this is once again true for Dancing in the Dark. In contrast to the amateurish photo, the story has nothing amateurish at all, but is well written. It provides you with a captivating mixture of crime, love, of course, vampires. Give it a try!
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T. D. McKinney was born with eclectic tastes. Author, artist, web designer - those tastes show in the careers she's chosen.

Growing up on the American Gulf Coast, she gained a great appreciation for all things Southern and a fascination with what the community around her termed the War of Northern Aggression. Frequent trips to New Orleans to visit relatives instilled an early love for that city and...more
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