Lindsay Boxer, San Francisco's only woman homicide detective, is back in this mind blowing new thriller.
"Tasha's blouse was soaked with blood. Just a few feet away a knapsack still lay on the grass. Bullet holes everywhere. "
Investiative reporter Irene Stenson hasn't been to her home town of Dunsley, California, since the gruesome night she found both her parents dead on the kitchen floor. Now, seventeen years later, Irene has received a shocking new lead about their deaths and is detrmined to discover the truth of what happened on that long ago night.
Four young couples have been found murdered and mutilated. When the daughter and boyfriend of the president's newest drug czar disappear, Dr. Kay Scarpetta knows time is short as she follows a macabre trail of evidence that ties the present homocides to the past.
This started out a little slow but it didn't take long to get so interesting I couldn't put it down. It is not the kind of book I usually read but I will certainly be reading more by this author. It is a bit far fetched at times but it still grips you with fear and suspense. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
This is the second book in this series and it was just as enjoyable as the first. You don't need to read them in sequence but it does help make the characters more interesting. This book had lots of twists and turns to it and one is never sure who the 'bad guy' is. It also has a bit of Irish folklore that I found interesting. If you like a good mistery with a bit of romance then you will enjoy this book.
This is a great series. I can't wait for book 5 to come out. Archer keeps you guessing all through the books and has lots of twists and turns. I didn't like that the endings leave you hanging until the next book comes out. You have to buy it just to find out what happened.
Psychopogist Alan Gregory is busy juggling his respinsibilities as father, husband and doctor. A beautiful woman walks into his office and states she thinks her husband has killed a woman. she thinks there are other victims and that her husband is not finished yet.
Not only is this a great story but the narrator Holter
Graham brings the characters to life. You would think 10 different people read the story he is so good at voice changes. Not the edge of your seat thriller but you still want to keep listening. Very enjoyable story.
I'm not a big fan of Dean Koontz but what books I have read I have enjoyed. This book is just plain stupid. I gave up half way through as I got fed up waiting on something to happen. A ten year old may enjoy it but not for an adult unless they want to be bored to tears.