Officer Charlene Taylor has received her dream promotion—working Homicide with the LAPD. Her first case is the high-profile murder of Ken Anderson, a playboy UCLA professor with a haunted past. A mafia kingpin, billionaire tycoon, cheated wife and jaded lover are only a few on a long list of suspects, all with motive and opportunity. 

…all hope of reconciliation is lost. 

Not only does she feel the pressure from media and her boss to solve her first case, but Charlene must also deal with her father’s murderer, the “Celebrity Slayer,” a serial killer who enjoys baiting her with his knowledge of her life and routines. 

Can a rookie detective work two high-profile cases and still keep her sanity?

I was recommended this book through twitter and have to was it was a surprise how on how much I enjoyed the Authors writing style and the story. When I first read the blurb I was very intrigued and got stuck into the story straight away.

I really enjoyed Charlene’s character and all the ups and downs that she goes, she is always on the go and trying to figure out the case she is investigating while also dealing with her own problems.

I have to say with Luke Murphy’s writing he had me always trying to guess who the killer was and every time I thought I knew , I was wrong. I really enjoyed the Authors writing style and found it easy to follow and sucked into the book, with plenty twists and turns it kept my attention right till the end.

My rating 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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