• Publication date: 10 Aug 2017
• Publisher: Transworld Digital
• Language: English
'Tess Gerritsen's clever plotting and medical give her thrillers that extra edge. Expect a white-knuckle ride to very dark places.' Paula Hawkins, bestselling author of THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN
'I make no apology for being a HUGE Tess Gerritsen fan and it’s the highlight of my year when I get the chance to read her new Rizzoli and Isles book! But every time I open the first page there’s always a frisson of apprehension. Will this be the time I am disappointed? It’s never happened yet and I’m relieved to report that it hasn’t this time either. In fact they just keep on getting better!.
Joanne Robertson My Chestnut Reading Tree
It's a while since I read a Tess Gerritson novel but reading this book felt like meeting an old friend again. The quality of writing is superb, the plot, sub plots and occasional snippets of the private lives of Rizzoli & Isles are all intricately woven as only one of the world's best crime writers can do.
An Indie movie maker is gruesomely murdered and the method of the murders of this victim and of subsequent victims reveals a pattern that could imply some sort of religious symbolism. Is there a serial killer at work? Facts emerge that would suggest that the victims had not been chosen at random.
Once more, the teaming up of forensic pathologist Dr Maura Isles and Detective Jane Rizzoli to try to solve a mysterious case and bring to justice the perpetrator is a fascinating read.
Easy to see why this writer is top of her game and remains ever popular.
Thank you to Transworld books and Alison Barrow for my review copy
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About The Author
Bestselling author Tess Gerritsen is also a physician, and she brings to her novels her first-hand knowledge of emergency and autopsy rooms. Her thrillers starring homicide detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles inspired the hit TV series Rizzoli & Isles. But Tess’s interests span far more than medicine and crime. As an anthropology student at Stanford University, she catalogued centuries-old human remains, and she continues to travel the world, driven by her fascination with ancient cultures and bizarre natural phenomena.
For more information on Tess Gerritsen and her novels, visit her website: http://www.tessgerritsen.com