This book was received free in return for an honest review from Crystal Lake Publishing.
Initially when I looked at the cover and read the blurb I wasn’t too sure that I would like it. The cover itself would’ve put me off and the blurb which talks about a ‘perky blonde’ added to that feeling; I pretty much share Sarah Killian’s views on the type, although I doubt I would kill. BUT. Once I started to read, I was completely drawn into the book. The chatty, friendly tone of the book, of Sarah herself, meant that I could not but help warm to her. I cared about a serial killer, regardless of who her intended victims were, and the killings were actually secondary. It didn't matter that it the prospective victims were young people - and I am a parent with a horror of school violence and the mindless massacres that crop up in the US. I should care about the youngsters but in the end their possible demise faded into the background. It became all about Sarah and whether she survived the attentions of a former colleague who wanted her to join him in a new organisation set up in opposition to that which she worked for, or, if she refused, he would have killed her. A very easy read, I really enjoyed this book and look forward to further adventures with Ms Killian.
A writer - I think that says it all.