T. R. Ragan's Abducted (Lizzy Gardner, Book 1) PDF

By T. R. Ragan

ISBN-10: 1612185096

ISBN-13: 9781612185095

While Lizzy Gardner was once in simple terms seventeen, what must have been the proper evening turned the precise nightmare. abducted simply blocks from domestic after a romantic night along with her boyfriend, Jared, she awakened to discover herself on the mercy of a wicked serial killer. Imprisoned and tormented for months by means of the maniac she got here to understand as Spiderman, Lizzy narrowly escaped, the single certainly one of his sufferers to outlive. yet Spiderman escaped too, outwitting police and cursing Lizzy to spend her existence having a look over her shoulder…
Fourteen years later, Lizzy is a personal investigator who teaches self-defense to teenage ladies in her loose time. She does what she will be able to to aid others shield themselves and to omit the horror of her ordeal, but fears she is going to regularly be referred to as "the one that acquired away." Then she gets a cellphone name from Jared, now a different agent for the FBI, with grim information. The killer has resurfaced, this time with a truly particular target-Lizzy. And he's made it transparent that she is going to now not break out him back. So starts a chilling online game of cat-and-mouse, a terrifying, heart-pounding hunt that just one will live to tell the tale.

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Each crime controller is responsible for exerting control on one element of the original triangle, that is, on the offender, the victim or the place. , parents, relatives). As underlined in the routine activity approach, capable guardians are responsible for protecting themselves and their belongings as well as potential victims or targets. , bar owners, hotel maid) (see for instance Eck and Weisburd 1995). In summary, crime is less likely when handlers directly supervise offenders, guardians directly supervise potential victims or targets and place managers directly supervise places (Felson 1995).

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