Biography[ edit ] Anne Frasier a. Theresa Weir is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-five books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, fantasy, and memoir. Her titles have been printed in both hardcover and paperback and translated into twenty languages. Her blue-collar parents divorced when she was six, and the next twelve years were spent in poverty, moving to and from Florida, Iowa, California, Illinois, and New Mexico. At age nineteen, she joined her uncle at his bar in rural Illinois across the Mississippi River from her birthplace of Burlington, Iowa. While tending bar at the Pilot House, she met an apple farmer and the two married three months later.
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Shelves: I love serial killers. I love reading about them. I love writing them. I wouldnt want to meet one, and I dont glorify them, but theres something delicious about getting inside the mind of one via a good book. Anne Frasier released the thriller Hush in and it went on to become a bestseller alongside many other bestsellers among her 24 books published so far.
Frasier writes a serial killer with the best of them, just as creepy and absorbing as Thomas Harriss Silence of the Lambs and as tense I love serial killers. The Madonna Murders as the press have named the killings is back again after a break of almost two decades. He brutally and mercilessly kills mothers and their babies. And now it seems the killer is back. Ivy Dunlap, the only survivor of the Madonna killer, her son murdered by the killer, comes back to assist with this new outbreak of killings.
Meanwhile, Max is also dealing with his teenage son, Ethan, who has changed in recent months and become distant from his father. The twists and turns and view into the mind of the killer are intriguing and the characters wonderfully imagined. This is a story about a particularly horrifying killer; killing babies is a terrible spectacle, even in words.
However, Frasier handles this well and with respect. If you love your thrillers dark and absorbing, HUSH has got to be your next read.