I chose this rating because it was a good book. Have I read better, yes. But there was good flow and the ending was a good twist.
A student murdered.A professor arrested.A teenager with a secret…
In the halls of residence of an East London university campus, eighteen-year-old Paige Arland wakes to a bed full of blood and no memory of how it got there.DI Erica Swift’s life has been turned upside down after her encounter with the killer known as The Eye Thief, but when she gets the call alerting her to a body found on a university campus, she’s determined not to allow her grief to affect her work.The killing is brutal—a young man with his whole future ahead of him—and it’s up to Erica and her team to find the person responsible.But someone’s not talking.When another student’s body is found, Erica finds herself in a race against time to stop the killer…
This book was hard to break from reading. One mystery became another mystery. Young adults, or college kids sometimes have a cruel sense of imagination. They can also be too selfish to consider the feelings of others. These characterizations were well mixed into the mystery with personal emotions on the side. I believe you will enjoy the read.
Excellent mystery!! It was truly captivating and so mysterious. It’s definitely one of those that had me going down the wrong path, then shocked me in the end. This author is new to me, I’m off to find the sequel.
Heavy drinking the night before, awakening and wonder what happened. A lot of suspect being it takes place at the university. Good plot to enjoy.
I enjoyed this novel very much. This is the second in the series and I like the Erica Swift character as well as the other characters. The story was intense and kept me guessing through out. Highly recommend. Into #3.
Read this book in one sitting! The writing kept my attention all the way through. I was not expecting the ending. I was like WOW! My mind was blown away!
The book is good, a little predictable but enjoyable. I was so distracted by the errors, however. (Kindle edition) In a least 2 places the characters’ names were confused. I’ve never seen such blatant goofs. The writing needed editing. It felt like a book that was rushed to the publisher.
I've read several books written by M.K. Farrar; she has done a great job at writing a good book; she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I can’t wait to read more of books her books.
The story line caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book.
I loved the characters.
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This book had me going back and forth. Who was doing what and when and how. Twists and turns abundant. Enjoyed trying to solve it.