A serial killer was on the loose in Florida. Eight women had been murdered and, at each crime scene, police found tiny red fibers. They hoped these fibers would lead them to the perpetrator before he struck again.
After he got inside, the assailant used an ax to kill the husband and critically injure his wife. Nothing was taken; this wasn’t a robbery. DNA from skin cells collected hundreds of miles away would reveal the killer’s identity and his motive for murder.
Doctors don’t know why the young scientist is gravely ill. When tests finally reveal the cause, it’s too late to save him. Police hope that lab analysis of his hair, showing when attempts were made on his life and what was used, will lead to the killer.
The woman had been bound, sexually assaulted and murdered. Afterwards, the killer spent hours wiping away fingerprints and disposing of evidence, including the woman’s body. Police now face a daunting task: To find both the killer and the victim.
The woman was sexually assaulted, stabbed, and left for dead. She survived and provided a description of her attacker. When someone who fit the description came forward, police were sure they had their man… until the DNA evidence proved them wrong.
Terrified, the young girl hid in her bedroom while her mother was attacked and stabbed to death. Investigators had a wealth of evidence: shoe impressions, distinctive blood drops, and the killer’s DNA. What they didn’t have was a basis for comparison.
After the college co-ed vanished, the kidnapper called and said he’d soon tell them what he wanted for her return. He never called, and she was never seen again. Ten years later, tiny metal particles would implicate the man who’d been a suspect all alone.
There was no apparent reason for the young, healthy college student to be dead. But when the medical examiner found the tiniest of clues during the autopsy, investigators were able to unravel the mystery of betrayal and revenge.
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