Synopses & Reviews
They are called "The Sleeping Women." A series of unsettling paintings in which the nude female subjects appear to be not asleep, but dead. Photojournalist Jordan Glass has another reason to find the paintings disturbing...The face on one of the nudes is her own-or perhaps the face of her twin sister, who disappeared and is still missing. At the urging of the FBI, Jordan becomes both hunter and hunted in a search for the anonymous artist-an obsessed killer who seems to know more about Jordan and her family than she is prepared to face...
"Ingenious." —New York Times
"Hair-raising...Iles continues to scare the living daylights out of readers." —New Orleans Times-Picayune
"As fast as any techno-thriller and as well thought out as an Agatha Christie mystery...Grade A." —Rocky Mountain News
"Perfect mystery mind candy." —Fort Worth Star Telegram
A Warning From Stephen King: "This novel should come with a red wrapper marked Danger: High Explosives." The beautiful stranger John Waters has just met reminds him too much of his old girlfriend--because she is.
Photojournalist Jordan Glass is disturbed by paintings in which the nude female subjects appear to be dead. One of the subjects has Jordan's face--or it's the face of her twin sister who disappeared and is still missing. At the FBI's urging, Jordan goes in search of an obsessed killer who seems to know more about her and her family than she's prepared to accept.