Nine college coed bodies have been found around L.A. over the past six months — but only their bodies. Around their necks a cheery red ribbon and a tiny silver bell. Just below where their heads used to be. Nicknamed “The Slaybell Killer” by the L.A. Times, the killer is a madman and a ghost. And no one has ever seen his face.
At the center of it all is Detective Frank Morresi, a grizzled veteran of the force and widower who just happened to the case of his career—and life. Only he wishes he hadn’t. Mostly because every victim reminds Frank—and everyone else—of his only daughter, Kerry.
Frank is determined to end the lunatic’s reign of terror. But instead of getting the killer off the streets, Frank thrusts himself center stage — along with his daughter.
Kerry’s a beautiful girl, but looking like her can be deadly.
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