Good evening guys, a rather wet and miserable day here in the UK, where has that warm and sunny weather gone?! It feels like April again!
Today I’m reviewing a rather cold book, perfect to read on days like these.
There’s no safety in numbers . . .
Eve Singer needs death. With her career as a TV crime reporter flagging, she’ll do anything to satisfy her ghoulish audience.
The killer needs death too. He even advertises his macabre public performances, where he hopes to show the whole world the beauty of dying.
When he contacts Eve, she welcomes the chance to be first with the news from every gory scene. Until she realizes that the killer has two obsessions.
One is public murder.
And the other one is her . . .
I do love a good crime book, especially when we have the point of view of the killer threading it’s way through the book, up to the end.
As you all should know, I do love a pretty cover, seriously! A lot of my books that I buy (mainly hardbacks) are because the covers are soooooo pretty!! (Sorry, not sorry) And this cover does not disappoint, it’s part creepy, part pretty and the butterflies just go to show how fragile life can truly be, like butterfly wings.
This wonderful story, is a beautifully written game of Cat and Mouse, with both parties movie closer and closer to each other as the story goes on. Yes, there’s a lot of deaths, which is never good, but we now see it from the point of view of the reporter.
This book will have you holding your breathe right till the end, so be sure your sat down (or lying down) when reading.
I’d definitely recommend this book to lovers of Cat and Mouse games and, of course, Crime and Mystery books.
As always, let me know in the comments below if you’ve read this book and what you thought about it, and, if not, please do add it to your TBR pile!