Thursday, May 12, 2016

review: deep dark by laura griffin

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Laura Griffin’s Deep Dark is another excellent addition to the Tracers series, especially with its return to the Delphi Center as a focus. This time around the Delphi Center helps the Austin Police Department via the computer skills of Laney Knox who has a very personal connection to the current case. Although she’d rather stay far away from Reed Novak and the others, she does want her friend’s killer to be caught. Laney is able to provide key information about the security holes in a dating website all the victims have in common.

As usual, Griffin strikes the right balance between suspense and romance in Deep Dark. The evolution of the romance is wonderfully organic as both Laney and Reed resist getting involved with each before finally uniting. The plot here is complex without being overly complicated and the killer is not predictable.
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