Dead Letter Day by Keri Beevis
Twenty-Six Letters. One Killer.
In 1989 the Alphabet Killer Professor Rodney Boone murdered eight students… The victims, ‘A’ to ‘H’, were each found with their surname initial carved into their neck. Victim ‘I’ narrowly escaped the killer, leaving him to burn to death in his house.
Eight years later and rookie police officer, Rebecca Angell, is thrown headlong into assisting an FBI investigation when a body is found floating in the sewer, bearing the initial ‘J’. The Feds are convinced they are dealing with a copycat killer, but Boone’s body was never recovered. As Angell scrambles to uncover the truth, the body count continues to rise. The killer is intent on completing the alphabet.