I love Gardner's Pierce Quincy books and this one doesn't disappoint. Non-stop suspense. I couldn't put it down.
Kimberly Quincy is an FBI rookie, training in Quantico. During an run one evening she stumbles across the dead body of a young woman. This death leads her into a cold case that a fellow trainee had been investigating while a police officer. Taking a leave from the academy Kimberly teams up with Mac McCormack, as well as her father and his girlfriend, highly qualified profilers, to try and prevent any more deaths.
Lots of death, mayhem, forensics, profiling and gore as well as high octane thrills, this book was an edge of the seat roller coaster ride, and very enjoyable if you like that kind of thing (I do).
Mystery doesn't get much better than this, a fast ride from the word 'Go!' Give me more of the Quinceys!!! Please . . . . .
This is the first time I have ever read Lisa Gardner, and found that I really liked her book.