Avenging Angel (Paperback)
Speaking Volumes, LLC, 9781628154856, 358pp.
Publication Date: June 13, 2016
Now, in her most powerful thriller to date, Justine Davis follows the trail of a killer who is making men pay for their crimes-with their lives.... The newspapers have dubbed him the Avenger. But to members of the battered women's shelter Rachel's House, he is an angel. What no one disputes, however, is that a serial killer is systematically slaying abusers-and that the victims of each of the murdered men have all been residents of Rachel's House. As the shelter's devoted director. Regan Keller has access to records on every case of abuse. She also has the kind of caring heart that makes each case personal. But these things only draw attention to Regan, making her the focus of two men. One is a new worker at the shelter who shares her passion-and her bed-but not his darkest secret. The other is a police detective who believes Regan herself is the killer....
About the Author
Justine Davis (Dare) was born during a snowstorm in Iowa but raised in sunny California. She began working right out of school. She worked in law enforcement which she found exciting and never, ever boring. She didn't think seriously about writing for several years. She sold her first novel in 1989. She spent the next two years selling nineteen more books. She has won the coveted RWA RITA Award four times, and has been inducted into the RWA Hall of Fame. Her books have appeared on national best-seller lists, including USA Today. Reading, music and photography are few of the pursuits she follows in her free time. Another favorite hobby is cruising around in her restored 1967 Corvette, with the top down, of course.