Laura Griffin has written yet another Tracers book that captivated my attention from the first page to the last. This is one of those books that I picked up and did not want to put down until I figured out just who was so evil to commit the horrific crimes.
When a friend is killed Laney Knox feels a little to close to crime. Things are looking a lot like what happened to her in the past and she is determined to help find the killer before he hurts anyone else or maybe comes back to finish what he started with Laney in the past. Reed Novak is investigating the case and Laney finds a few unique ways of getting clues to him.
Reed really isn't all the keen on Laney's help on the case. He doesn't want her in danger and tries really hard to talk her into stepping back and staying safe.
The tension between Laney and Reed has a lot to do with the mutual attraction they both feel for each other. Reed wants to protect Laney and Laney wants to protect the next victim before the killer strikes again.
Reed and Laney make a really good team together and find that maybe working together just may be the way to go. I admired Laney's ability with a computer. I think this lady would find a way to get any info she needed to help put the bad guys away.
One of the things I really enjoy about Laura Griffin's Tracers' books is the in depth details on how they find the clues and how they find their answers from the clues. It's fun to see what little thing they can take and turn it into a possible lead to the UNSUB.
Ms. Griffin had me guessing who done it all the way to the end. I was so surprised. The mystery kept me captivated with just enough details to keep me wondering. The romance between Laney and Reed is combustible and ready to ignite at a moments notice.
This is part of the Tracers series but if you haven't had a chance to read the previous nine books in the series never fear Deep Dark will stand on it's own just fine.
I was given the opportunity the read and review this thrilling book so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it has been my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you on Deep Dark.
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