A carnival toy tune or something far more sinister? F.B.I. Behavioral Analysts Alex Donovan and Logan Hart have been tasked with profiling a serial abductor, whose practiced stealth is causing quite a stir. What makes the situation a bit creepy is that the victims all closely resemble Alex.
When the kidnapper throws down the gauntlet and demands that Alex become personally involved, her team has a decision to make--let Alex take the risk or pass by a chance to save the lives of multiple women. The timing couldn't be worse for Logan. It seems that Alex and Logan both have some soul searching ahead of them, as they commit their lives to the One who has promised them His presence, no matter what, even when their hearts are saying what words cannot express.
"You mean can I tell you about waking up at night, sweating unable to breathe, feeling like my heart will burst from fear? Can I tell you I feel like I'm falling through space and the only safe place to land is by your side? That I don't know if I can go on without you? That there's a chance you may never see me again after tomorrow?"
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The closer she comes to the truth, the deadlier her chase gets.
FBI behavioral analyst Alex Donovan and her colleague Logan Hart have been called upon to write a profile for a missing woman, but a little digging quickly turns up more disappearances in Virginia with the same physical description.
Alex is in a race against the clock to rescue the missing victims, so when the UNSUB makes demands of her in exchange for information, Alex takes the bait. But when her life is put in jeopardy, Logan must do whatever it takes to track them down before time runs out.
Alex works to think one step ahead of the suspect, but the more Logan and the BAU learn about the serial kidnapper, the more they fear Alex may not make it out alive.