The Collector

Amanda Feyerbend
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ISN’T THIS YOU?


That email subject changes Nancy Rimer’s life forever.


The FBI needs help to identify a serial killer’s victims, and her picture is among them. Very much alive, Nancy contacts the FBI to tell them such. When an agent comes for a visit, Nancy realizes she was one step away from death thirty years earlier.


Then she learns that another girl was just abducted.


Inspired by true events, The Collector is another page-turning thrill ride from Amanda Feyerbend.


Author’s Note:


The Collector is a novelette-length short story. This story is intended for adult audiences. It contains mature language, depictions of violence, and sexual scenarios.


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About the author

Amanda Feyerbend [Fire-bend] is a Georgia native who grew up and still lives just outside of Atlanta with her husband and two cats. Wanting to share her ideas with the world, she transformed her screenplay, Endless Evil, into a novel and published it February 2014. Since then, Amanda has written several novels and is currently at work on her next book.

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Publisher
Amanda Feyerbend
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Published on
Sep 24, 2019
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Pages
61
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Thrillers / Crime
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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