See No Evil by Allison Brennan
Year Published: 2007
My Rating: 5 stars
Distance: Sacramento, California = 8112.5 miles / 13055.8 kilometers
This is the second book in the No Evil series, and as I have said before I'm a fan!! What a book!!
Conner Kincaid is an ex-cop turned Private Investigator, he is hired by Assistant District Attorney Julia Chandler who ruined his career and was behind him losing his beloved job five years ago!
Why did she hire him? because he is the best and he cares for her niece Emily who is accused of murdering her step-father in the most grusome manner imaginable!
Julia believes Emily is innocent, so does Conner, and with the help of Conner's brother Dillon a phycologist they try to unravel the mystery of this almost perfect crime.
While trying to solve the mystery thay discover a series of violent crimes that seem to revolve around an individual and then surprises start happening..
And the history between Conner and Julia, will they be able to overcome the hurt and bypass it to start out fresh?!
Every time I say I know who the killer is.. the story moves around and surprises me..
I loved this book from cover to cover.. it's great for any mystery/crime reader.. just perfect!
Quotes I enjoyed from the book:
He knew why they made their choices, what motivated them, how to defeat them. He was the chess master.He reached for his cell phone and dialed Cami. Time to give her a bone and make her perform. Time for the next move.
It was on his orders, his command, who would live and who would die. The thrill of the hunt, of marking the sinners, elated him, kept him focused. He would fix the world one death at a time.
"People believe what they want to believe. They see no evil because they don't want to. But evil is out there, and this is the result." The holy man gestured to the dead girls. "You might not see the evil, Officer Kincaid, but you can see its handiwork right here."
"I'm a firm believer that no crime is perfect. Evidence always talks. Sometimes we don't hear it right away, but it's there whispering."
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