Watch Me (Jefferson Winter Book 2) by James Carol


Book Description:

A Dead Lawyer

Eagle Creek, Louisiana. Lawyer Sam Galloway is burned alive in an apparently motiveless attack. The local sheriff’s department calls in former FBI profiler Jefferson Winter to consult on the case.

A Serial Killer

So far there’s just one body, but there are going to be more. A deadline has been set, the clock is ticking, and Winter has just thirteen and a half hours to track down the killer, before he strikes again.

A Dark Secret

Winter knows all about secrets. His father, one of America’s most notorious serial killers, had everyone fooled for years. Winter also knows that the problem with secrets is that they have a nasty habit of turning against you when you least expect it.

My Thoughts:

Watch Me is the second book in the Jefferson Winter series. Even though this can easily be read as a stand alone, I would highly recommend reading Broken Dolls first as it’s a brilliant introduction to Jefferson.

Jefferson is just a fascinating character. From his background and having a serial killer for a father to present day, where he has left the FBI and now works for himself as a profiler, picking and choosing cases that interest him. He is highly intelligent and I absolutely love the way he works.

As he chooses his own cases to work on, the books see Jefferson travelling far and wide so we are introduced to new characters in each book. I have to admit I did miss a certain one who made a huge impact on me in Broken Dolls and I just hope at some point he goes back to London so we get to meet up again.

The author yet again takes us on a fast paced and tense journey of discovery with some shocking revelations. With a new set of interesting and likeable characters, Watch Me is certainly a gripping and thrilling read. Looking forward to reading the next one in the series.

Goodreads 4/5 stars.

Watch Me is available to purchase from Amazon.


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