I have decided that I never want to find myself living in a Wendy Corsi Staub novel. Her domestic thrillers put people and their loved ones through the ringer and the fast cycle, in situations and places with which most sane people would not want to deal. At the same time, everyone --- and I mean everyone --- has a past, even if they may not be aware of it. What happens when the past collides with the present?
"SHADOWKILLER is certainly to be included among Staub’s best novels to date. Suspense abounds; careful readers will see where some, but not all, of the book will wind up, a fact that makes the