The Bodies We Won’t Bury
Love is Dangerous
“The killer followed Alex down King Street. He carried a small black gym bag and he smiled as he imagined the tools shifting silently within it. The hard metal of the scissors, shears, knives and the small-calibre pistol. The petrol. He grinned the kind of grin a man can’t hide when he knows something exhilarating approaches. He’s invited into a woman’s bed for the first time or the footy team he bet a little too much money on is guaranteed to win.
Or he’s about to murder two people.”
How many mistakes could you make before surrendering to the devil?
How many lives could you see extinguished?
He’s stealing mobile phones and using the devices to lure innocent lovers into violent public snares around the tourist haunts of Sydney.
Detective Inspector Stephanie Saxon is getting closer to finding him, and even the media can see that she’ll be the one to break down his door.
The stalker Saxon is desperately chasing knows where she lives, and whom she’s sleeping with, and where he can find her family, but he doesn’t know that she carries and unlicensed firearm on her ankle and she’s closer than he thinks.
“If we do our jobs perfectly and we find this guy, you’re going to meet a man who beats young lovers to death… This maniac might be the worst anyone has ever dealt with in this country and if you hesitate, you will die.”
-Stephanie Saxon, Chief Inspector, NSW Police Force.