Thank you very much to L Woods PR and J D Cary for providing a copy of the book to [K]
The review below is 100% honest and all of her own views.
The body of a young woman is found in the marshes of L.A.’s Ballona Creek. As with most murders Detectives John Testarossa and Alex Ortiz are asked to solve, this one makes no sense.
When a second body is found, and then a third, the only thing the young victims have in common is that, as children, each went missing for four nightmarish days.
And then they were released. Alive.
As more dead women turn up, the detectives must navigate some of the city’s darkest history while racing to save the next potential victim and get into the mind of a killer who keeps coming back for more.
As the truth comes together, Testarossa collides with an evil like he has never known and risks losing all he holds dear in the process, including the one woman he can’t seem to forget.
When a woman turns up dead, John Testarossa has his hands full. Especially when the body count starts rising. The connection to these women are that they were abducted as children and then released after a horrendous 4 days. Is it the same killer that has come back to finish the job he started all those years ago?
After reading being introduced to John in Testarossa I jumped at the chance to read book 2. I needed more of these characters!
Whilst investigating the murders with his partner Alex Ortiz, John tries to find and win back the beautiful Dr Karen Gennaro. John is introduced to his local neighbourhood watch at the encouragement of two elderly residents in the area. I loved that Testarossa’s character is developed in this book, we learn more about what makes him tick and his thought processes. We see more of Karen and Alex, whilst being introduced to other new characters.
I cannot wait to see if there will be more books in this series.
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To see [K]’s review of Testarossa, the first book in this series, please click here: Testarossa