Wednesday, May 15, 2019

The Cutting Room by Ashley Dyer

They have a serial killer who goes after young men and uses their body parts to make artistic displays.  He even alerts the cops when a new one goes up.  He obviously wants attention.  But who would be so wicked?

William Morrow and Edelweiss allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published June 28th.  

This is a creepy story because body parts are used and while the artwork spoke to others, it was just gross to me.  The cops have to use DNA to identify slices of brain and hearts.  The detectives want to find him badly but one of them is afraid it might be Adam Black.  She doesn't explain that he is her estranged brother she hasn't seen for years.  She hopes he's not the killer.

With that on her mind and trying to protect her partner who has flashbacks to  his injury in the past, she's busy.  But she doesn't give up.

There are more deaths and more displays.  The hunt grows more desperate.  When she finally finds a clue, she realizes her brother is in danger.  

The final confrontation is dramatic, dangerous, and you aren't sure how many will die before it ends.

One thing I can say with confidence:  You won't be bored!

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