Sacred SinsBook - 2000
Nora Roberts is unstoppable. In her astonishing twenty-year career, she has emerged as one of the most powerful and prolific voices in fiction. She has amassed a loyal readership of millions and wins new fans with each publication. This first-time hardcover edition of "Sacred Sins" brings back a classic Nora Roberts novel, full of simmering passion and taut suspense that will thrill readers.When the mayor of Washington, D.C., asks renowed psychologist Tess Court to work in conjunction with the police to profile a deranged killer known as the Priest, she has no idea what she's getting into. This relentless psychopath believes he is saving the souls of the young pretty blondes he strangles with the white silk stole worn by true men of the cloth. But Tess knows otherwise: this is the work of a madman bent on spreading a twisted ministry of violence.With the aid of handsome police sergeant Ben Paris, Tess hopes to track down the Priest before he causes more harm. But any professional distance between her and Ben quickly disappears as their attraction grows. It's a distraction the pair call ill afford, for Tess -- pretty, slender, and blond -- has become the next target of the very killer they seek.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2000.
Branch Call Number: Rob
Characteristics: 293 p.