Saturday, July 20, 2013

Into the Dark by Rick Mofina

Claire is a psychologist and the sole survivor of her family.  She wants to help troubled women rebuild their lives just like she's rebuilt her own.  What she doesn't realize is that her life with her husband is teetering on its own foundation...

Harlequin Mira shared an ARC of this book with me for review (thank you).  It is being published this month, so check with your local bookstore for a copy.

Tanner is the detective following five cold case files and trying to determine who the killer is.  He's widowed and raising his little girl and he hates being away from her, but he wants to stop the killer.

When one of Claire's patients goes missing, Tanner wonders if she might not be the next victim...

Mr. Mofina writes a creepy little story.  You know who the killer is before long, and how he can be so "normal" while also being a monster is chilling.  He's perfect; he's also not who he said he was.  Humans have many masks; this killer has more than most.

The author kept me turning pages, I worried about Claire, and I finished this book in one evening.  You should read it; you won't be bored.

Happy reading.

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