Monday, August 3, 2015

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?


This is a weekly meme hosted by Book Journey. In order to get some consistency to my posting I thought I’d jump on board this great idea. As a self-proclaimed bookaholic, I love talking about my books and finding out what others are reading.

Last week I posted the following reviews:

COLD CALLER by Jason Starr (really dug this reread)

GUILT BY ASSOCIATION by Marcia Clark (didn't connect with this one unfortunately)

This week I'm sticking with my crime fiction theme:

The Creeper (Brennan & Esposito, #2)THE CREEPER by Tania Carver (I've had this in my tbr for a while now and am enjoying it.)

Suzanne Perry is having a vivid nightmare. Someone is in her bedroom, touching her, and she can t move a muscle. She wakes, relieved to put the nightmare behind her, but when she opens the curtains, she sees a polaroid stuck to the window. A photo of her, sleeping, taken during the night. And underneath, the words: I m watching over you.
Her nightmare isn't over. In fact, it s just beginning. Detective Inspector Phil Brennan of the Major Incident Squad has a killer to hunt. A killer who stalks young women, insinuates himself into their lives, and ultimately tortures and murders them in the most shocking way possible.
But the more Phil investigates, the more he delves into the twisted psychology of his quarry, Phil realizes that it isn't just a serial killer he s hunting but something or someone infinitely more calculating and horrific. And much closer to home than he realized . .
Private SydneyPRIVATE SYDNEY by James Patterson and Kathryn Fox (newly published by Random House)
Even for Private Investigations, the world's top detective agency, it's tough to find a man who doesn't exist . . .

Craig Gisto has promised Eliza Moss that his elite team at Private Sydney will investigate the disappearance of her father. After all, as CEO of a high-profile research company, Eric Moss shouldn't be difficult to find.

Except it's not just the man who's gone missing. Despite the most advanced technology at their disposal, they find every trace of him has vanished too.

And they aren't the only ones on the hunt. Powerful figures want Moss to stay ‘lost', while others just as ruthlessly want him found.

On top of that, a routine background check has become a frantic race to find a stolen baby and catch a brutal killer – a killer Private may well have sent straight to the victim's door.

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