From NY Times best selling author of the Justice series, M A Comley, who has sold over 4 million copies worldwide.
A killer with a horrific agenda is at large …
DI Sara Ramsey is called to a crime scene where a man’s body has been nailed to a fence. She also discovers the killer hasn’t bothered disguising the victim’s identity. When Sara turns up to break the news of the victim’s death to his girlfriend, all is not how it should be.
The case becomes even more intriguing as the body count rises and the motive for the murders remains a complete mystery.
Will time run out for Sara and her team, when the killer’s agenda is turned on its head and his motive becomes clear as he goes full throttle into his endgame?
Sara and Carla are back with a new case to test their skills. As with most fictional crime cases, things are not straight forward and time is not on their side as the body count starts to grow.
Knowing what the killer’s agenda was in this story was very intriguing. We get to know more about the killer the further into the story we get but it’s a while before it’s shared with us the why’s so trying to work it out meant there was a lot of guessing on my part. I find that this can be most enjoyable trying to figure things out before the police. Of course it’s very rare that I do!
I can’t believe we are on book seventeen in the series already! The author mixes the books up with more of the characters personal lives in some more than other books. In this one their personal lives are yet again very much in the background with the case powering the story along.
Time to Kill is a race against time to catch a killer which will keep you on edge as you frantically turn those pages. The author grabbed my attention and had me gripped throughout the story of which as always, I struggled to put it down. One of the things I love about this series and this author, I never usually have too long to wait until the next book in the series. Roll on book eighteen!
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.