by Stephen Edger
Pub Date 17 Nov 2017
I am reviewing a copy of Dying Day through Bookouture and Netgalley:
A year prior, a young detective Wby the name of Amy was killed on Detective Kate Williams team when she was sent undercover to catch a serial killer targeting young girls.
Kate cannot let the guilt go, because she feels she let the killer get through her fingers.
When the case is reopened because another body of a young girl is found, Kate is told to stay away, but can she?
Kate is determined to prove these crimes are related by taking the old evidence and connecting it with the new in order to protect potential victims. But the trail runs cold when the prime suspect is found dead.
So why are more bodies adding up?
I give Dying Day five out of five stars!