[Free eBook] The Perfect Husband by Lisa Gardner [Police Procedural Crime Thriller]

The Perfect Husband by Lisa Gardner, is the 1st novel in her FBI Profiler series of police procedural crime thrillers, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Headline.

This is the featured Free Book of the Week in the iTunes UK store, apparently to promote the new novel which came out this year. The long-running series, which started in 1997 and has been recently revived, stars an FBI crime profiler who travels around, aiding local law enforcement in solving difficult crimes.

This story sees him working with a small town sherriff’s office on a manhunt to track down an escaped serial killer, protecting the likely next victim of his former wife, with the aid of a local officer who has known the culprit since childhood and can provide special insight.

Offered in the UK & Europe and several other regions worldwide (excluding North America and Oceania), available at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time @ Amazon, Kobo, Google Play, iTunes (this appeared to only be free in the UK, Europe, South America, & Japan, but not anywhere else that I spot-checked, though YMMV for your own locale at assorted stores)

Description
THE PERFECT HUSBAND, the first book in the FBI Profiler series from The Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller Lisa Gardner. What would you do if the man you loved wanted to kill you? If you love Karin Slaughter, you’ll love Lisa Gardner.

When Tess Beckett married Jim, a well-respected and decorated cop, she thought all her dreams had come true. But within two years the vows she made were shattered as her husband was charged with murdering ten women.

With Jim behind bars, Tess feels certain that she can move on with her life. Until she learns that Jim has escaped from prison.

As a frantic and rigorous manhunt gets underway in four states, Tess knows that it’s only a matter of time until her perfect husband tracks her down for the revenge he is sure to demand. And when he finds her, she must be ready. Because this time she’s determined that their separation will be ’till death do us part’.

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