A Personal Information Problem
You want creepy, you got it! Jake Orlo's latest novel is now available and wow, is it a page turner!
The Metro Area Serial Killer has been terrorizing women in the DC area for too long. He has a sick obsession with women and won't hesitate to kill any innocent bystanders or witnesses to his crimes. No one is safe as long as this maniac roams the streets.
To find the killer, the FBI calls in agents Elisabeth Hanson and Bob Parks. As a female agent, Hanson has fought her way through the ranks to become one of the agency's best and brightest. She is an absolute professional, but even she can't help but be unsettled by the murderer's bloodlust. When he strikes once more, she comes up with a daring plan to lure him out into the open--and she's going to be the bait! Will Hanson be able to make her trap work, or will she end up being another victim of one person's dark and violent fantasies?
When Special Agent Elisabeth Hanson is assigned the case of a horrific serial killer, she will face the depths of humanity and danger from a very unlikely source.
Thriller author Jake Orlo's work focuses on brilliant and bold female law enforcement agents fighting both internal conflicts and external enemies. His latest book, A Personal Information Problem, presents a vivd mystery set in the heart of our nation's capital.
At the FBI, Special Agents Elisabeth Hanson and Bob Parks are called the A-team. Parks coined the phrase himself. He and Hanson have an astonishing success rate and Parks knows that it's all due to his partner's unfailing investigative instincts.
Hanson will have to call on those instincts in the case of the Metro Area Serial Killer. While both she and Parks are glad to be off their previous case of personal-information theft, both are unsettled by the killer they will have to catch. From the crime scenes, he looks to be a delusional maniac whose obsession with women's turned into violent and vengeful urges.
As a woman, Hanson knows that she may be one of the best weapons at their disposal. She wants to set a trap for the killer, but by the end of her case, it will be unclear just who is the predator and who is the prey.