Available October 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

By Lynette Eason
Published by Revell
ISBN# 978-0-8007-337-04
368 Pages

Back Cover: Twelve years ago, forensic anthropologist Jamie Cash survived a brutal kidnapping. After years of therapy, she's made a life for herself---and finally lets herself get close to FBI agent Dakota Richards. But when her attacker reappears, can she escape his grasp a second time? Will she ever feel safe enough to find true love?

REVIEW: I received a review copy of this CSI type book. Lynette takes the reader on a suspenseful, mystery ride as Jamie Cash tries to discover the identity’s of three young ladies and how they were killed, by the bones and teeth they’ve uncovered.

Dakota and Jamie work together to discover other victims buried in shallow graves. Dakota is impressed by Jamie and her attention to detail. What unnerves Jamie about their newest case if the fact that the bones remind her of a horrific experience she endured twelve years ago. Then she becomes more uncomfortable when she discovers there are numbers written on the body of a new victim. Her attacker marked her body with a number too!

Lynette gets in the mind of the killer and helps the reader peek into his messed up mind!

“It was getting close to the time to bring the games to an end. He almost hated to stop. It was so much fun watching everyone run around like ants scurrying to rebuild what he was slowly destroying.”

Lynette takes you inside the CSI investigative side of tracking down information that will lead them to this crazy killer.

Even after years in this line of work Dakota thinks, “He couldn’t move. Even though he’d seen just about all there was to see, sometimes the evil snuck up on him and took him by surprise. Surprise at the depravity of human nature. Surprise at what one person could do to another.”

I guess I was surprised by that too and the fact that Jamie and Dakota were so good at what they did and all tools they had at their disposal. They didn’t think like everyone else and either did the killer. I don’t know how people to this type of work day-in and day-out. I’m thankful there are people who do this so I don’t have to. If you like SCI and getting into the mind of a serial killer, then you’ll love this book. There’s action, suspense and mystery. This is the second book in the Women of Justice Series.

Nora St. Laurent
The Book Club Network


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