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He stalks his prey online.
He learns about their dreams, their fears and their vulnerabilities.
Then he finds them in the real world and, for his victims, the game is over.

I CAN SEE YOU is the chilling first instalment in the

Minneapolis series, by bestselling author Karen Rose.
‘Intense, complex, and unforgettable’ JAMES PATTERSON
‘Brilliant plotting and enough twists and turns to keep you up all night’ ALLISON BRENNAN
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Wherever you go… I can see you.


Eve Wilson has spent years hiding from the damage inflicted on her by a madman. Retreating into the virtual world, she made a new life for herself on screen. Now Eve is helping others use the virtual world to kick-start their own recovery.

Detective Noah Webster knows that his victims’ suicides have been staged. When Eve contacts Webster to say that one of the dead women was participating in her online study, it becomes clear that this killer is a new breed of predator. With Eve herself now a target, can they find a killer who can disappear with the strike of a key…
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Praise for Karen Rose:

***** ‘Not only is this book brilliant, it’s thrilling, exciting and addictive! I fell in love with the characters as soon as I read it and loved them even more as I continued to read it… ENJOY!’

***** ‘This story was very gripping, could not put the book down, brilliant author will certainly be back for more, exciting read’

*****Loved it. Would recommend this read to anyone that enjoys a thriller with a personal storyline for two characters that touch your heart… with a romantic seam going right the way through’

***** ‘…an excellent story as its based on real life experiences which capture the reader’s imagination... the story is very gripping and a page-turner

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