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Fantastic fiction! I loved this book! Amanda Kyle Williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. What a fantastic read this was!

What's the book about?:

He likes them smart.

In the woods of Whisper, Georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. The sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. Enter ex–FBI profiler and private investigator Keye Street.

He lives for the struggle.

After a few weeks, Keye is finally used to sharing her downtown Atlanta loft with her boyfriend, A.P.D. Lieutenant Aaron Rauser. Along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. But when Rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, Keye tenses. Her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

And loves the fear.

Though reluctant to head out into the country, Keye agrees to assist Sheriff Ken Meltzer. Once in Whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, Keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: The killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. But why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? When a third girl goes missing, Keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. All the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: Something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


My Review:

What a character! Keye Street, ex-FBI Profiler, woman of many talents! I really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. I liked her character from the first introduction.

Street gets a call from the Sheriff of a small town called Whisper in Georgia, USA. They have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. They don't want the fuss and attention of the FBI so they call on Keye Street to bring her profiling skills to the team. She faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an Asian woman. She doesn't care. She's awesome.

The book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

Street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. She lives for her work. Everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. She NEEDS to get inside the head of this killer.

My ONLY criticism with this great book is that I wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me I wanted a bit more of that. However, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

All the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. The author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. There will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. Still it's not clear.

With a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. Just as I sat back and said "I knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair FBI Profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. OK book, you win, I did not see that bit coming.

We have insight into Street's relationship with her boyfriend back home Rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" Sheriff of Whisper, Georgia. Just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. No sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

An easy five star read for me. Loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. Bring it on Keye Street!

I received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
unknown. And this is what the surface material looks 336 like up-close. You 336 will also be listed on our swan river yoga wellness page should you chose to offer private consultations through us. I was fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. shocked at how many ads—especially for the same companies—had actually populated my news feed. From upscale and elegant to casual 336 and family friendly, there's a new orleans hotel for every traveler's needs. We don't have the numbers, fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. except for comscore numbers for saturday and sunday. Cut down and removal of fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. your dead ash trees call chris for more information. Of all the images i took over the last fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 8 years, those shot with the pen are the most memorable ones. 336 it was only in, at the age of 23, that the laid-back armenian emerged from the pack, following up world cup victory with triumphs in the linares and tal memorial supertournaments.

336 his work often focuses on the environment, social justice and the interplay between people and the natural world. Seeks prey by watching from perch, also by flying low through forest fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
may hover before dropping to clutch prey in talons. John schmeelk: as the giants look back at their first 10 games and figure out why they sit at, fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. there are a couple obvious flashing red lights. Superlative behavior fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. could be rewarded with incentives. The goal of getting helping is to completely stop drinking fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. and not to reduce your intake. Be careful about making overly broad 336 statements about outofmemoryerrors there's an unexpectedly diverse set of things that can cause them. Furthermore, some of the negative impacts of tourism might be avoided, and positive impacts maximised, through community participation in the planning fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. process. Then again, it is possible that the filmmakers addressed fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. some of those well-publicized concerns. To add an element of competition, fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. the passengers in each 2cv or estafette can complete a quiz and have a chance of winning a prize at the end of the tour. Rosin is the oldest base and has been in use for fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. many years. Cartography and geographic information science fantastic fiction! i loved this book! amanda kyle williams has written an engaging, thrilling crime novel with so much going for it. what a fantastic read this was!

what's the book about?:

he likes them smart.

in the woods of whisper, georgia, two bodies are found: one recently dead, the other decayed from a decade of exposure to the elements. the sheriff is going to need help to track down an experienced predator—one who abducts girls and holds them for months before ending their lives. enter ex–fbi profiler and private investigator keye street.

he lives for the struggle.

after a few weeks, keye is finally used to sharing her downtown atlanta loft with her boyfriend, a.p.d. lieutenant aaron rauser. along with their pets (his dog, her cat) they seem almost like a family. but when rauser plunks a few ice cubes in a tumbler and pours a whiskey, keye tenses. her addiction recovery is tenuous at best.

and loves the fear.

though reluctant to head out into the country, keye agrees to assist sheriff ken meltzer. once in whisper, where the locals have no love for outsiders, keye starts to piece together a psychological profile: the killer is someone who stalks and plans and waits. but why does the sociopath hold the victims for so long, and what horrible things must they endure? when a third girl goes missing, keye races against time to connect the scant bits of evidence. all the while, she cannot shake the chilling feeling: something dark and disturbing lives in these woods—and it is watching her every move.


my review:

what a character! keye street, ex-fbi profiler, woman of many talents! i really loved her in this book, she's got so much going for her, talented, smart, fearless yet sensitive and emotional too. i liked her character from the first introduction.

street gets a call from the sheriff of a small town called whisper in georgia, usa. they have uncovered a body of a young girl and now think they may have a serial offender on their hands. they don't want the fuss and attention of the fbi so they call on keye street to bring her profiling skills to the team. she faces small town mentality and opposition, a lot of it connected to the fact she is a woman and not only that, she is an asian woman. she doesn't care. she's awesome.

the book has a great plot, it's all go for the hunt for the killer and even though the book covers a lot of ground with hunting for the killer, methods used, police procedures there is not a minute of it being too much, or over done, you just keep flowing with the words, wanting to see what's next.

street is turning over every rock and stone in this small town when a third girl is abducted and she knows that she does not have a lot of time before he kills again. she lives for her work. everybody is a suspect, nobody is ruled out. she needs to get inside the head of this killer.

my only criticism with this great book is that i wanted more written from the killers perspective, we have a few brief chapters where we get inside the killer's head but for me i wanted a bit more of that. however, it did not deter me from giving this five stars and loving the entire read.

all the characters in this book are really well done, some of the despot characters that are met in this book made my skin crawl. the author does a good job at creating atmosphere and tension for the reader. there will be characters through this whole book that will have you thinking "is it you?" until you realise that you have now considered just about everyone. still it's not clear.

with a town on edge and avenues of investigation ending at frustrating dead ends it's tense and thrilling towards the end of the book. just as i sat back and said "i knew it!" and felt like a self-satisfied armchair fbi profiler the book flipped and twisted and left me gaping at the words. ok book, you win, i did not see that bit coming.

we have insight into street's relationship with her boyfriend back home rauser and the chance to view the dance of working relationship with the "hot" sheriff of whisper, georgia. just enough personal stuff to be interesting without detracting from the fact the book is a crime novel. no sickening romance scenes here thank goodness.

an easy five star read for me. loved it, finished it in hours and ready for the next installment. bring it on keye street!

i received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 41 1 : 86—

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