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Straw Men

Martin J. Smith

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ISBN 10: 051512950X / ISBN 13: 9780515129502
Published by Berkley, 2001
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Straw Men

Publisher: Berkley

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Teresa Harnett has been unable to remember the circumstances of the attack that left her almost dead eight years ago. With the help of her devoted husband, she's finally beginning to put her life together again. But then the man who was convicted of the crime is released from prison after DNA evidence indicates that he may not have been responsible. So who's making the frightening phone calls, repeating the phrase from the attack that only the man dubbed the Scarecrow could know? It was Teresa's testimony that put the Scarecrow behind bars, and the indefatigable efforts of his defense lawyer, Brenna Kennedy, that cleared him. But now Teresa is having second thoughts. The scary phone calls don't sound like the man who nearly killed her, and fragments of the past have begun to haunt her dreams again. The only person who can help sort out Teresa's memories, psychologist Jim Christensen, is Brenna's sweetheart, a man with doubts of his own--not just about the Scarecrow, but about the woman he loves as well.

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Eight years after being convicted of a vicious attack that left a young policewoman near death, unable to remember her past, a psychopath known as the Scarecrow is freed on DNA evidence, and the victim, Teresa Harnett, begins to be harassed by threatening phone calls and turns to psychologist Jim Christensen to help her remember the truth. Original.

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