From the N Y Times bestselling author of the DI Sara Ramsey and The Justice series, who has sold over three million copies worldwide.
On the prowl with one purpose in mind… Murder.
When the dismembered body of a young woman is discovered, DI Nelson and his team are tasked with investigating the crime.
Frustration mounts when lack of evidence halts the investigation, until the body of a second victim turns up.
Who is killing these young women through such brutal methods and why?
Time is running out for Nelson to solve the complex mystery whilst dealing with the added pressure of a personal problem which could destroy his young family.
Will start off by saying this book definitely isn’t for the feint hearted! Boy, these murders are without a doubt on the gruesome side. It sent shivers down my spine whilst reading. Even though the author doesn’t go into too much detail, what the victims have to endure and the way they are killed, had my heart racing.
There is a good balance of the case and Nelson’s personal life of which sadly not all is great on either front. With a demanding case to be working on the last thing he needs is to also be having family issues. I really felt for him, more so with what’s going on at home and could totally understand with how he reacts.
I felt for Julie in this book who works alongside Nelson. The pressure is on and poor Julie seems to be in the firing line and walking around on egg shells when it comes to Nelson. It’s understandable as the body count starts to rise and I certainly didn’t envy them having to tell the victims family and friends. Definitely a part of the job I could never do!
Prowlers will have you constantly looking over your shoulder. The author never fails to deliver a chilling a read that will have you on the edge of your seat. I keep thinking with every book in this series that each case has to be one of the hardest that the team have to deal with but then I read the next book and change my mind. A compelling and nail biting read.
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.