Member Blogs > Journey of a BooksellerInto the Black Nowhere: An UNSUB Novel by Meg Gardiner

  • Wed, 27 Dec 2017 08:30:00    Permalink
    They go out and they don't return.  Cameras catch them walking around a corner or down an alley but they're not seen again until their bodies are found.  The bodies are posed and there are Polaroid pictures of them as they slowly die.  This unsub is dangerous, crazy and deadly.  But they can't get a picture of him...

    Dutton and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published January 30th.

    This is a chilling story.  The suspect is picking pretty blonde girls in their twenties.  He rapes them and cuts them.  They know he's full of anger but why?

    As they weed through the past and try to connect the dots, they find there's no direct tie to the killer.  Then someone informs them of a man who sent her threats when she was going to college.  It's the jump start they need but they don't realize how smart he is.

    Even when he's jailed he's the best prisoner ever and manages to escape and then the body count picks up even more.  They are scared enough about the damage he's doing and working hard on finding him when they realize he has an accomplice...

    The whole story is full of tension and the potential of death.  The killer wants to kill whole families to get even for the past.  Even cop secrets are being found out.  The author made me worry about the female FBI agent because she has a weak spot and he found it.  Was she going to die too?

    Once I started reading, I didn't stop.  If you want to take a walk on the dark side, this book will take you there.

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