by Jo Robertson
Dec 20, 2015
Forensic psychiatrist Kate Myers believes the killer of two teenage girls in Bigler County, California, is the same man who savagely murdered her twin sister over fifteen years ago. Working with a single-minded tenacity, she sets out to prove it.
Deputy Sheriff Ben Slater hides his personal pain behind the job, but Kate's arrival in his county knocks his world on its axis. He wants to believe her wild theory, but the idea of a serial killer with the kind of pathology she proposes is too bizarre.
Together they work to find a killer whose roots began in a small town in Bigler County, but whose violence spread across the nation. A Janus-like killer, more monster than man, he fixates on Kate. The killer wants
This is a free book I downloaded from Book Bub. This was a new author for me. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
I had no problem getting into this books since I like crime books.
This is one of the best thrillers I’ve read in long time. The author doesn’t rush you through the story—you’re given time to get to know the two main characters and the villain—but everything you learn increases the tension and danger. By the way, the villian gave me the creeps. The story weaves in past and present. There are a number of unexpected twists and turns with an explosive ending. About the last 100 pages or so had me glued. There was no way I could put the book down at that point. If it ever becomes a movie, I know I will be sitting on the edge of my seat.