Hollis Templeton and her team from the Special Crimes Unit, including her partner and lover, telepath Reese DeMarco, are called to Clarity, North Carolina in to investigate where something is on the hunt, and the only clue as to what is a cryptic note given to the victims 24 hours before they meet their ends: “Wait for dark.” Now Hollis, the “cat with nine lives,” finds herself facing death again.
Something strange is happening in the small mountain town of Serenity, Tennessee. People going on routine errands never reach their destination. It’s as if they simply disappear. The local police chief calls the FBI, and a team from the Special Crimes Unit is immediately sent in. The town is already on the edge of panic, but the mysterious events take a sinister turn when a body unrelated to the missing persons case surfaces and one of the SCU agents vanishes. Now, the team’s hunt for the lost has turned into something very personal…and very dangerous.
How do you make peace with the dead if the dead aren’t ready to forgive? In Kay Hooper’s new Bishop/Special Crimes Unit novel, the answer lies in the twisting shadows of a small town, and its secrets yet unearthed.
Haven operative Luther Brinkman has been sent into the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains to locate escaped bank robber Cole Jacoby --- an assignment that leaves Brinkman severely injured. Luckily, Agent Callie Davis of the FBI’s Special Crimes Unit is already closing in. But when she finds the wounded Brinkman, the rescue mission is far from over. What neither Luther nor Callie knows is that their quarry is more than an escaped felon.
FBI Agent Nathan Navarro is a member of the Special Crimes Unit, which investigates paranormal/extraordinary cases. He is tasked with investigating the disappearance of Jessie Rayburn, an operative of Haven, a civilian offshoot of SCU. Navarro suspects something deadly has happened to Jessie.