Unsolved, James Patterson & David Ellis

Unsolved opening line:I am neither evil nor deranged.

Unsolved

My blurb:

Emmy’s brain works in ways others don’t. She can see the pattern of a serial killer emerging, even though all the crimes are different. But in her quest to bring him down she is about to discover someone close to her is not who they seem. Will this bring an end to the relationships she holds dear?

Unsolved
FBI researcher Emma Dockery is back with a vengeance. Obsessed with finding a link between a string of deaths across several different states, she is convinced that there’s a pattern. And where there’s a pattern, there’s a serial killer to put a stop to. When Detectives working on some of these cases start turning up dead, Emma knows that she’s onto something. These deaths are murders, and she’s going to be the one to prove it.
The closer she gets to finding the killer, the more Emma feels like she’s being watched. Is she setting a trap for this depraved killer? Or with every step she takes, is she falling further into his…? With the death count rising, Emma must act fast to catch this killer, before she becomes the next name on the hit list.
My verdict:

I was hooked from the first sentence of this book. Such a gripping novel that I can highly recommend.

Publishing information:
ISBN 9781780899374
Format Trade Paperback
Published June 2019

Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.

 

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