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First third of the book There are also description of extreme violence that I found hard to takeprobably because the violent act was taking place on women I considered giving p on it and was very glad I didn t as the story did get interesting and by the end of the book I c What connection exists between an incarcerated bank robber in the late 1950s and a present day serial killer You ll find out in Alan Jacobson s latest novel featuring profiler Karen Vail This one combines a clinical procedural investigation with a tragic story of how prison changes a procedural investigation with a tragic story of how prison changes a three years after being found not guilty of the murder of his Walton McNally and his young are trying to find a solid life for themselves McNally goes from job to job because even though he didn t commit the crime but because he was on trial for it taints him in the eyes of employers Desperate straits lead him and his accomplice son into robbing banks After the second robbery his son escapes but Walton is caught and imprisoned in Leavenworth penitentiary where he learns all too Letters Between a Catholic and an Evangelical uickly the realities of prison life When a couple escape attempts fail he is sent to Alcatraz There he finds life even worse Present day FBI profiler Karen Vail is assigned to the heinous homicide of an elderly woman in San Francisco Teamingp with the local investigators and a newspaper reporter she scrambles to put together leads to the killerWith bodies discovered on a daily basis clues are gathered but Vail is nable to hone in on the killer One of the investigators is kidnapped and the killer starts playing word games Can Vail decipher the clues and what connection they might have to a closed prison on a desolate island in the middle of the bay If you like puzzles and conundrums and the slowly nraveling of clues you will enjoy Inmate 1577 All the pieces are there for the reader to put together but watch out there might be a surprise or two This is an excellent novel with some graphic descriptions but a few real life people thrown in to make it a very worthwhile read Reviewed by Stephen L Brayton author of Beta for Suspense Magazine. Us island ripped from city lore whose long buried decades old secrets hold the key to their case Alcatraz The RockIt's a case that has twists and turns than the famed Lombard Street and a novel that Clive Cussler calls A powerful thriller brilliantly conceived and writt. This was my first Karen Vail novel and I will likely go back to read the others I enjoyed Inmate 1577 I was nable to make a connection between the different plot lines which is good The ending was a nice twistI also enjoyed that Alan Jacobson *named one of the characters after my dad it is not often you see dad It is not often you see name like Russell *one of the characters after my dad It is not often you see a name like Russell in print This is as good as the first one which was absolutely outstanding This series is one of the best Jacobson is the master Each book is written with insight into criminology that puts you right there on every page and yet each novel is different than The One Before Some Authors one before Some authors a book series and from one book to the next you can almost guess what s coming The Karen Vail series of books gets you turning pages not really knowing what s coming next even though you do it is what I call a real page turner and can t wait to get to the end but at the same time you don t want it to end Very refreshing I HIGHLY RECOMEND THIS SERIES IT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT Alan Jacobson knows his stuff Having worked with the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit for 18 years gives him the ncanny ability to get into the mind of the deranged and driven killers that haunt the American landscapeWith INMATE 1577 Jacobson revives his Profiler Karen Vail series with a mysterythriller set in both the present and the past A series of horrific murders in the San Francisco area may somehow be tied to a former inmate of the long defunct Alcatraz prison Could the prison once known as Devil s Island shut down for over 50 years still have a former inhabitant that is actively committing this horrible crimesVail teams with SFPD Inspector Lance Burden and her former task force colleague Roxxann Dixon to hunt down this killer The killer is not only choosing apparently random victims but also leaving behind cryptic messages at each death scene staged in such a way to baffle and challenge the newly formed task force that is hunting himWhat makes INMATE 1577 so engaging is how the story continuously shifts between Karen Vail and her team in the present day and the story of Walton MacNally nearly fif. National Bestselling Author Alan Jacobson brings back renowned FBI Profiler Karen Vail in an intelligent thriller that bridges time and space When an elderly woman is found raped and brutally murdered in San Francisco Vail heads west to team p with SFPD Inspector Lance.
Read & download Inmate 1577Ty years earlier MacNally was a small time crook who stepped p to bank robbery and grand larceny in an effort to provide for himself and his young son Henry Unfortunately he is caught and sent to Leavenworth Prison It is there where MacNally is forever changed by the brutality and inner workings of a penal system that represents a social microcosm of the worst human beings that society has to offerA failed prison break finds MacNally being *TRANSFERRED TO THE ONE PRISON THAT NO ONE SHOULD *to the one prison that no one should able to break out of Alcatraz MacNally meets p should be able to break out of Alcatraz MacNally meets p a former cell mate and break out partner named Anglin and their infamous friendship leads to talk of the Outlaw Bride unattainable thought of freedom from Devil s Island Meanwhile it takes Vail and company a long time to decipher the messages the serial killer is leaving for them With the help of some local and somewhat disreputable local journalists they are able to recognize that the key to catching this killer lies not in profiling his next move but bynderstanding what happened to him in the pastMacNally did get out of Alcatraz and fell off the grid shortly thereafter He had several grudges to avenge the most striking being the fact that his only son Henry committed suicide by jumping off the Bear Mountain Bridge in New York while he was imprisoned MacNally vowed to avenge those who wronged him both in and out of prison but could he still be the mastermind in 2011 as a senior citizen capable of committing serial murderJacobson will have you guessing at every turn and the finale of this exciting and thought provoking novel will provide than a few shocking revelations before the final page is turned The tough talking and James Still uick witted Karen Vail proves a worthy adversary but will that be enough to defeat a vengeance that has festered for many decades INMATE 1577 should satisfy both mystery and thriller fans alike as Jacobson has anotherality addition to his Vail seriesReviewed by Ray Palen for New Mystery Reader I had not read any of Alan Jacobson s novels previous to Inmate 1577 It is a police procedural that I found really dragged along through the. Burden and her former task force colleague Detective Roxxann Dixon As Vail Burden and Dixon follow the killer's trail in and around San Francisco the offender continues his rampage leaving behind clues that Another Turn of the Crank ultimately lead them to the mostnlikely of places a mysterio. .