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Can she get back on top of her game to track down the killer in time? This was about a man killing many women with a drug, as he wanted people especially mothers to suffer as he was tortured by his aunt who raised him.
Reilly is back in Ireland and working another gruesome case as well as the missing person's case she promised her young coworker she would help withe but Reilly just can't seem to get back in the swing, not quite fitting back in and her her heart still seems to be somewhere back in the states! Reilly hurries into the a scene of the man going to kill another victim in a restaurant.
She also has allowed she has feelings for Chris but feels like working together it is a bad thing plus her one night with Todd back in the states has her wondering if it was just a fling, passion of the moment or something more.
She needs to decide fast as the body count climbs , the cold case turns hot she is hit with the news, she is pregnant.
In my review of the series, I complained that Steel was just too perfect without any real flaws, well, the halo has tarnished and Steel is knocked off her pedestal.
When Steel gets too upset about something, she becomes a bit of a girly girl and runs into the arms of the men that she has developed an attraction with which is getting her into a whole lot of trouble.
This was about a man killing many women with a drug, as he wanted people especially mothers to suffer as he was tortured by his aunt who raised him.
Reilly hurries into the a scene of the man going to kill another victim in a restaurant.
In this novel, the suspect is motivated by food and not just any kind of food but gourmet masterpieces that he likes to serve to his victims which harbor a toxic ingredient.
There wasn't much action in terms of the main storyline. Irish authors Melissa and Kevin Hill, aka Casey Hill, have added a new addition to their Reilly Steel series.
it was more about Reily and her life, although it was good to see her be more of a human in this one, it was too much. As I have mentioned in my review of the series, each novel in the series is based on the investigation of serial killers by forensic investigator Reilly Steel and homicide detectives, Chris Delaney and Pete Kennedy.
The investigating team discover that the victims have been targeted because of one worryingly common trait, and need to outsmart the killer before he makes his next move.
But Reilly is preoccupied, not only by new developments in a decades old missing person case, but also her own feelings of disconnect since her return from the US ...