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by Erica Spindler


I just loved this book Erica Spindler knows how to write a fast paced thriller the story is about Detective Kitt Lundgren who has baggage after returning to the police force after losing her daughter to Leukemia she is after a serial killer who is called the copy cat 5 years earlier the sleeping angel killer was murdering children now the copy cat.

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I purchased Copy Cat written by Erica Spindler due to the recommendation of a friend and because of many . Erica Spindler always a great read. Can't wait to read the next book in the series. Love that a mature woman is the protagonist in this series.

I purchased Copy Cat written by Erica Spindler due to the recommendation of a friend and because of many references to the Rockford, IL. area. I thought it would be fun to read because I live in the Rockford area.

She liked to make notes on Post-its. They were like puzzle pieces. She could move them around, shuffle them, tack them up, create a time line. sat slumped in a chair across from her, lost in her. They had just endured a lengthy meeting with not just the Sarge and Sal-but their boss as well. They had been grilled for forty minutes over the case, their progress-or lack of-and the latest murder. The chief didn’t want to accept the fact that Derrick Todd wasn’t their man. He was too perfect. A convicted sex offender working at a kid’s party place

Copy Cat. Erica Spindler. Is the Sleeping Angel Killer really back, or is a copycat killer re-creating the original "perfect crimes"?

Copy Cat. Is the Sleeping Angel Killer really back, or is a copycat killer re-creating the original "perfect crimes"? But Kitt has no authority in this investigation. Young, ambitious detective Mary Catherine Riggio is heading up the Sleeping Angel Killer case.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. The case nearly destroyed homicide detective Kitt Lundgren's careerbecause she let the killer get away. Now the Sleeping Angel Killer is back. Then the unthinkable happens. The Sleeping Angel Killer himself approaches Kitt with a bizarre offer: he will help her catch his copycat.

Five years ago, three young victims were found murdered, posed like little angels. No witnesses, no evidence left behind.

Copy Cat. Annotation. Is the Sleeping Angel Killer really back, or is a copycat killer re-creating the original perfect crimes ?

Copy Cat. Author: Erica Spindler. Is the Sleeping Angel Killer really back, or is a copycat killer re-creating the original perfect crimes ? But Kitt has no authority in this investigation.

"I won't talk to anyone else— only you. Another child, another sweet girl will die. You can stop it, Kitt. Don't you want to stop it?"Five years ago, three young victims were found dead, posed like little angels. There were no witnesses. Strangely clean scenes. The Sleeping Angel Killer called his despicable acts "the perfect crimes."The case immobilized the close-knit community of Rockford, Illinois, and nearly destroyed homicide detective Kitt Lundgren's career— and her life. During the investigation, Kitt tragically lost her own child to illness. She was overwhelmed by the death of her daughter, and the final blow was the crushing realization that she let the killer get away. Now the Sleeping Angel Killer is back.Familiar with every nuance of the cold-case file, Kitt knows there's something different about this new rash of killings— a tiny variation that opens terrifying new possibilities. Is the Sleeping Angel Killer really back, or is a copycat killer re-creating the original "perfect crimes"? But Kitt has no authority in this investigation. Young, ambitious detective Mary Catherine Riggio is heading up the Sleeping Angel Killer case. M.C. knows that Kitt wants back in and she's smart enough to realize that Kitt's obsession with the case has given the detective an insight that M.C. lacks. But M.C., intent on proving herself, fears Kitt will blow the investigation— again.Then Kitt starts receiving disturbing phone calls. It's him— the Sleeping Angel Killer— and he makes Kitt an unthinkable offer: help in finding his copycat. Forced to rely on each other, Kitt and M.C. must decide whether to place their trust in a murderer...or risk becoming victims of a fiend who has taken the art of the perfect murder to horrific new heights.

Copycat epub download

ISBN13: 978-0778323129

ISBN: 0778323129

Author: Erica Spindler

Category: Mystery and Thriller

Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense

Language: English

Publisher: MIRA; Original edition (May 30, 2006)

Pages: 416 pages

ePUB size: 1327 kb

FB2 size: 1665 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 298

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Very Old Chap
Let's say you're a very bad guy. And let's say you're face to face with the good guy, and you have the gun. What would you do? Would you blow the person away, or would you stop and explain yourself, thereby giving your enemy time to turn the tables?

Just wondering. Not that it has anything to do with Copycat.

I actually enjoyed Copycat a good deal. It moves along at a brisk pace with a pair of tough and sympathetic women cops who, in the great tradition of fictional heroes, can't always bring themselves to follow the police department's rules. Kitt, the central character, has deep emotional issues that put her career in jeopardy. I enjoyed seeing her struggle to separate her considerable personal problems from her professional challenge of stopping a horrible killer. Kitt and her partner M.C. are certainly risk-takers, which adds to the fun. In fact, Kitt does a couple of things that I'd call unbelieveably stupid--but then I found myself rooting for her and worrying about her all the more.

With Copycat, my book discussion group introduced me to Erica Spindler's work. I'll be back for more.
Very Old Chap
Let's say you're a very bad guy. And let's say you're face to face with the good guy, and you have the gun. What would you do? Would you blow the person away, or would you stop and explain yourself, thereby giving your enemy time to turn the tables?

Just wondering. Not that it has anything to do with Copycat.

I actually enjoyed Copycat a good deal. It moves along at a brisk pace with a pair of tough and sympathetic women cops who, in the great tradition of fictional heroes, can't always bring themselves to follow the police department's rules. Kitt, the central character, has deep emotional issues that put her career in jeopardy. I enjoyed seeing her struggle to separate her considerable personal problems from her professional challenge of stopping a horrible killer. Kitt and her partner M.C. are certainly risk-takers, which adds to the fun. In fact, Kitt does a couple of things that I'd call unbelieveably stupid--but then I found myself rooting for her and worrying about her all the more.

With Copycat, my book discussion group introduced me to Erica Spindler's work. I'll be back for more.
Wishamac
I have just discovered Erick Spindler and find her an easy read with lots of excitement. I do a lot of reading and sometimes you just want to get into an adventure. This one works for me.
Wishamac
I have just discovered Erick Spindler and find her an easy read with lots of excitement. I do a lot of reading and sometimes you just want to get into an adventure. This one works for me.
Zonama
It was ironic that I bought this book because when I first read the back of the cover, I was in a sex store. Yeah, that's right: the kind that sells the sex toys and magazines. LOL
I didn't immediately buy this book because I had my eye on something else. So I ordered it from a seller here, and I must say that I liked this book a lot. It brought the creepiness and the suspense times three. Of course, I came up with the conclusion of who the killer was before it was revealed, but that didn't ruin the story for me. It made it that much better. If you haven't read it, then go ahead and buy it.
It may not be your first pick, but it will be one of your first recommendations.
Zonama
It was ironic that I bought this book because when I first read the back of the cover, I was in a sex store. Yeah, that's right: the kind that sells the sex toys and magazines. LOL
I didn't immediately buy this book because I had my eye on something else. So I ordered it from a seller here, and I must say that I liked this book a lot. It brought the creepiness and the suspense times three. Of course, I came up with the conclusion of who the killer was before it was revealed, but that didn't ruin the story for me. It made it that much better. If you haven't read it, then go ahead and buy it.
It may not be your first pick, but it will be one of your first recommendations.
Anarasida
Good book.
I figured out who Copycat was, but SAK was a surprise to me.
Anarasida
Good book.
I figured out who Copycat was, but SAK was a surprise to me.
Hatе&love
I have been a big Spindler fan from her first book but have to say that I was disappointed in this one. While it seems that everyone thinks it was a great story and so true to life, how could anyone think that when surely police detectives don't just start making up theories and then finding some innocent guy to persecute. They had a great start in connecting the two girls birthday parties and then just dropped it. No further attempts to find out if any of the other girls had birthday parties just before their deaths and if so if there was special entertainment of any kind.

Finally at the end of the book after they had concocted all of these other scenarios, it's Joe, it's a woman, it's this guy and that and none were anywhere near the mark, they finally start trying to connect the parties but through the old ladies. How could Kitt put aside the fact that she knew the killer had been in her house and read her personal journal and then start dwelling on how he got personal info about her and where he got it. She also knew he saw her at the cemetery as he phoned her there so why wouldn't he go see who she was visiting and pick up on the name peanut? Plus she spilled her guts every time she spoke to him on the phone about her personal business. As soon as Kitt zeroed in on her ex and his new girlfriend she put aside everything else she knew about the killer. M.J. was a lousy detective from the word go. Too consumed by her ambition to really think anything out. Yes, they make a great pair, both too quick to grab the closest guy and disregard the evidence that other cops found once they started looking at the rest home. Poor Joe, how could Kitt ever think he would give her another look after what she put him through. He deserved better but not that vindictive girlfriend he had before getting mixed up with Kitt again. She might have been hurt but enough to risk him being charged with murder by her lies?
Hatе&love
I have been a big Spindler fan from her first book but have to say that I was disappointed in this one. While it seems that everyone thinks it was a great story and so true to life, how could anyone think that when surely police detectives don't just start making up theories and then finding some innocent guy to persecute. They had a great start in connecting the two girls birthday parties and then just dropped it. No further attempts to find out if any of the other girls had birthday parties just before their deaths and if so if there was special entertainment of any kind.

Finally at the end of the book after they had concocted all of these other scenarios, it's Joe, it's a woman, it's this guy and that and none were anywhere near the mark, they finally start trying to connect the parties but through the old ladies. How could Kitt put aside the fact that she knew the killer had been in her house and read her personal journal and then start dwelling on how he got personal info about her and where he got it. She also knew he saw her at the cemetery as he phoned her there so why wouldn't he go see who she was visiting and pick up on the name peanut? Plus she spilled her guts every time she spoke to him on the phone about her personal business. As soon as Kitt zeroed in on her ex and his new girlfriend she put aside everything else she knew about the killer. M.J. was a lousy detective from the word go. Too consumed by her ambition to really think anything out. Yes, they make a great pair, both too quick to grab the closest guy and disregard the evidence that other cops found once they started looking at the rest home. Poor Joe, how could Kitt ever think he would give her another look after what she put him through. He deserved better but not that vindictive girlfriend he had before getting mixed up with Kitt again. She might have been hurt but enough to risk him being charged with murder by her lies?
Whitegrove
Good book, in good shape
Whitegrove
Good book, in good shape
Hamrl
I purchased Copy Cat written by Erica Spindler due to the recommendation of a friend and because of many references to the Rockford, IL. area. I thought it would be fun to read because I live in the Rockford area. The expectation of area references was met. However I found the plot to be very interesting with the characters believable and the local references being secondary to the mystery.

In short, this is an intense "who dun it" that does not rely on local landmarks. I recommend it to all mystery lovers.
Hamrl
I purchased Copy Cat written by Erica Spindler due to the recommendation of a friend and because of many references to the Rockford, IL. area. I thought it would be fun to read because I live in the Rockford area. The expectation of area references was met. However I found the plot to be very interesting with the characters believable and the local references being secondary to the mystery.

In short, this is an intense "who dun it" that does not rely on local landmarks. I recommend it to all mystery lovers.
Oh my gosh! Where to begin!! So many twists and turns!! A must read!! Now onto the next book in series!!
Oh my gosh! Where to begin!! So many twists and turns!! A must read!! Now onto the next book in series!!