Friday, September 17, 2010

review and tour: last to die by kate brady

Whoa! In the very first pages of Last to Die, Kate Brady reveals the serial killer is a woman. Who exactly that woman is remains a mystery, but she’s hunting prostitutes who have sold their babies. That’s where Detective Dani Cole comes in. This case is important to her because one of the murdered women was someone Dani had helped turn her life around. Dani discovers yet another tie to her own life when it comes out that before she died Rosie had been in contact with Mitch Sheridan’s surrogate father, who also suspiciously dies. Mitch just happens to be who Dani dated as a teenager—a time when her family was in turmoil thanks to Dani’s crooked cop father. There are so many layers here, it would be easy to lost parts of the plot, but Kate Brady skillfully handles every element. Even better than the suspenseful One Scream Away (the first in the Sheridan series), Brady shows talent in a novel where women are at the forefront as not only victims, but also the killer and detective.
Review copy provided by the publisher, Forever.

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