Find Me
A bone-chilling family history is unearthed in a heart-stopping thriller by New York Times bestselling author Anne Frasier.Convicted serial killer Benjamin Fisher has finally offered to lead San Bernardino detective Daniel Ellis to the isolated graves of his victims. One catch: he’ll only do it if FBI profiler Reni Fisher, his estranged daughter, accompanies them. As hard as it is to exhume her traumatic childhood, Reni can’t say no. She still feels complicit in her father’s crimes.Perfect to play a lost little girl, Reni was the bait to lure unsuspecting women to their deaths. It’s time for closure. For her. For the families. And for Daniel. He shares Reni’s obsession with the past. Ever since he was a boy, he’s been convinced that his mother was one of Fisher’s victims.Thirty years of bad memories are flooding back. A master manipulator has gained their trust. For Reni and Daniel, this isn’t the end of a nightmare. It’s only the beginning.

Find Me Details

TitleFind Me
Author
ReleaseJul 1st, 2020
PublisherThomas & Mercer
ISBN-139781542005623
Rating
GenreThriller, Mystery, Fiction, Mystery Thriller

Find Me Review

  • Maureen Carden
    January 1, 1970
    Outstanding start to a new series! How do you get past your beloved father being a prolific serial killer who used you as bait to attract the victims? How do you get past that despite the fact that you were FIVE years old, some people still manage to blame you?How do you get past the fact that your mother disappeared one night and her body never recovered. How do you past the fact that now you have a chance to find her body if the killer's ex-FBI daughter who had a breakdown will assist in the c Outstanding start to a new series! How do you get past your beloved father being a prolific serial killer who used you as bait to attract the victims? How do you get past that despite the fact that you were FIVE years old, some people still manage to blame you?How do you get past the fact that your mother disappeared one night and her body never recovered. How do you past the fact that now you have a chance to find her body if the killer's ex-FBI daughter who had a breakdown will assist in the case?A fantastically painted landscape, so many characters with a screw loose. So dark and twisted. Give me more.Let me interrupt my regularly scheduled review with a clever aside. Okay, maybe not clever. Frasier's Body Reader trilogy is just as dark, just as outstanding. But wait there is more: Frasier's Elise Sandburg's four book series, is dark, funny, set in Savannah. Stand0ut event in that one- Elise was going to try therapy due to her kidnapping and torture by a serial killer. She made the therapist cry and was told not to come back. I love black humor.Okay back to review. I think Frasier flies way under the GoodReads radar. I can't imagine why as she is a standout. Just go read it.I
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  • Mattie
    January 1, 1970
    “Find Me” by Anne Fraiser is another winner to add to the list. The first chapter draws you in and refuses to relinquish its grip until it’s fantastic conclusion. FBI profiler Reni Fisher and Detective Daniel Ellis work alongside convicted serial killer, Benjamin Fisher... Reni’s father. The journey they embark to locate graves is a nightmare. The questions you’ll be asking yourself is ... “is Benjamin Fisher the true serial killer or is he unjustifiably convicted?” Many twists and turns like “Find Me” by Anne Fraiser is another winner to add to the list. The first chapter draws you in and refuses to relinquish its grip until it’s fantastic conclusion. FBI profiler Reni Fisher and Detective Daniel Ellis work alongside convicted serial killer, Benjamin Fisher... Reni’s father. The journey they embark to locate graves is a nightmare. The questions you’ll be asking yourself is ... “is Benjamin Fisher the true serial killer or is he unjustifiably convicted?” Many twists and turns like a roller coaster!!! Reni and Daniel are well developed characters that I hope to meet again. The secondary characters were interesting as well and enhanced the storyline... keeping the story moving forward. I highly recommend this novel if your genre is a creepy psychological thriller. This author never disappoints. I’ve been a longtime fan and plan to remain so. Get your copy ASAP...
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  • Jenna Bachman
    January 1, 1970
    A solid 4.25-4.5/5 on this one for me; definitely one of my better First Reads picks. Lots of twists and turns that are foreshadowed just enough in the beginning half they don't feel randomly concocted, but are surprising enough to keep you turning the pages. The premise here is really compelling and Frasier delivers on it. Both main characters are pretty well fleshed out, and I enjoyed reading from both of their perspectives. I'm glad to see this is book #1; I definitely want to (view spoiler)[ A solid 4.25-4.5/5 on this one for me; definitely one of my better First Reads picks. Lots of twists and turns that are foreshadowed just enough in the beginning half they don't feel randomly concocted, but are surprising enough to keep you turning the pages. The premise here is really compelling and Frasier delivers on it. Both main characters are pretty well fleshed out, and I enjoyed reading from both of their perspectives. I'm glad to see this is book #1; I definitely want to (view spoiler)[see if Daniel can resolve the mystery of where his mother went. I didn't think it was likely she was one of the Inland Empire Killer's vicitms, considering she wasn't out for a jog like the others. (hide spoiler)] I'll definitely add the sequel to my to-read list. A few things that kept this from being a 5/5 for me: (view spoiler)[- I'm always slightly wary of repressed memory suddenly coming to light and revealing more. That wasn't entirely the case here, because of the other hints like her mother's inability to care for her and the brain scan, that aren't entirely reliant on memory. But still weird that Reni would repress that much. - Where was her therapist in all this? Surely she had to have one. The woman had a mental breakdown and was told to get a therapist and a psychiatrist. Would have liked to see this further explored or her mother talk her out of it as further evidence of her depravity. - Would've liked slightly more from Maurice's perspective because I'm still not as sure about his involvement with the murders. (hide spoiler)]Overall though, really solid thriller and I look forward to the next one.
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  • M
    January 1, 1970
    Unique and cleverly written page-turner with a sidewise approach to serial killers4.5 starsAs a longtime crime fiction fan, I enjoyed this book, because of the author’s unique take on the serial killer storyline. It’s fascinating to read about a former FBI profiler, who was once used—by her serial killer father—as “lost child” bait to lure his victims. Reni Fisher’s memories of her childhood are troubling and yet elusive, but as she helps Homicide Detective Daniel Ellis find the remains of her f Unique and cleverly written page-turner with a sidewise approach to serial killers4.5 starsAs a longtime crime fiction fan, I enjoyed this book, because of the author’s unique take on the serial killer storyline. It’s fascinating to read about a former FBI profiler, who was once used—by her serial killer father—as “lost child” bait to lure his victims. Reni Fisher’s memories of her childhood are troubling and yet elusive, but as she helps Homicide Detective Daniel Ellis find the remains of her father’s victims, she begins to remember hair-raising details. This storyline intrigued me, because I empathized with and felt protective of a confused young girl, whose memories of violence are unreliable due to her age then, and effects of time. Circumstances change when adult Reni goes to the abduction/murder sites, which stirs her memories. Then she meets the one woman who escaped being murdered—with the help of a little girl who wanted to stop her father from hurting another woman. No matter how psychopathological her parent is, Reni wants to know what happened during the abductions and murders. She’s determined to figure out exactly what happened 30-35 years ago; exactly who was involved with the serial murders; and where in the Mojave Desert she can find the dead women’s graves. Recommend to crime fiction readers.
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  • Erin
    January 1, 1970
    Madness in the MojaveDaniel Ellis, a homicide detective for San Bernardino County has been summoned to San Quentin by Benjamin Fisher, the serial killer known as the Inland Empire Killer. Fisher has been in prison for thirty years and has long teased law enforcement about giving up the locations of the bodies of his victims. He offers to do so now, but in exchange demands that his daughter, Reni be present....Reni whom he used as bait to lure his victims. Reni last saw her father when he was arr Madness in the MojaveDaniel Ellis, a homicide detective for San Bernardino County has been summoned to San Quentin by Benjamin Fisher, the serial killer known as the Inland Empire Killer. Fisher has been in prison for thirty years and has long teased law enforcement about giving up the locations of the bodies of his victims. He offers to do so now, but in exchange demands that his daughter, Reni be present....Reni whom he used as bait to lure his victims. Reni last saw her father when he was arrested and taken away in handcuffs. She became an FBI profiler but three years ago had a nervous breakdown and now lives an isolated, simple life, trying to come to terms with her guilt. Daniel (who has his own secrets) and Reni must work together....and why is there a new dead body? Decent serial killer book and a quick read, although how people get away with all these conflicts of interest is beyond me. Currently available as a Prime First Read, releases in July 2020.
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  • Cathy Pardue
    January 1, 1970
    Fantastic, dark, mystery. I love every second of this book. The author hooks you in the first few pages and never let's go. Ms. Frasier's mind is an interesting place and she is a master at coming up with tortured characters you root for and hurt for. In this book we have ex FBI profilers and child of a serial killer, Reni. Loved the unique name as well. She is the main female lead. Her father used her when she was very young to lure 8n his prey. She can't seem to understand how her very loving Fantastic, dark, mystery. I love every second of this book. The author hooks you in the first few pages and never let's go. Ms. Frasier's mind is an interesting place and she is a master at coming up with tortured characters you root for and hurt for. In this book we have ex FBI profilers and child of a serial killer, Reni. Loved the unique name as well. She is the main female lead. Her father used her when she was very young to lure 8n his prey. She can't seem to understand how her very loving father could also be a murdering sociopath. Our male lead is Daniel who is a detective and son of a woman who went missing when he was a young boy. He became a detective in order to better search for his mother. It's an obsession that cost him his marriage.The two team up to try to find the missing women and where they are buried. The story is fascinating from start to finish and I hope this turns into a series. I love both characters. There is no romance, just a friendship and an intriguing whodunit with lots of twists and turns. This can be a standalone.
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  • Pamela Scott
    January 1, 1970
    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres...I finished this off as soon as I woke this morning because I had to find out how it ended and I’ve pre-ordered the sequel. I read a lot of thriller’s and this is among the best and has one of the most original concepts I’ve ever come across. I don’t think I’ve read a book where the main character is the daughter of a serial killer who was used as bait to lure his victims. There’s a sentence to give you the chills. Reni is tough but has been damaged by her https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres...I finished this off as soon as I woke this morning because I had to find out how it ended and I’ve pre-ordered the sequel. I read a lot of thriller’s and this is among the best and has one of the most original concepts I’ve ever come across. I don’t think I’ve read a book where the main character is the daughter of a serial killer who was used as bait to lure his victims. There’s a sentence to give you the chills. Reni is tough but has been damaged by her father’s actions and blames herself for much of it. The media tore her family apart when it happened and Reni was seen as complacent in his crimes. In fact, one character muses the women would not have died if not for her. Is he right? Reni and her mother are still haunted. I thought I knew where the story was going then the author yanked the rug out from under my feet. WTF? I’m still reeling from shock. This is an incredible book and I can’t wait to see where the story goes next.
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  • RedRedtheycallmeRed
    January 1, 1970
    The settings of Anne Frasier's books are always such a huge part of the story, and this one is no exception. Moving away from Savannah and Minneapolis to the desert of California, where Reni is living a fairly solitary life. Her father is a famous serial killer, and he offers to lead police to the bodies if Reni accompanies them. But that's only a small part of the story. There is a lot that happens after that, the story took twists and turns that I didn't see coming.Daniel is obsessed with tryi The settings of Anne Frasier's books are always such a huge part of the story, and this one is no exception. Moving away from Savannah and Minneapolis to the desert of California, where Reni is living a fairly solitary life. Her father is a famous serial killer, and he offers to lead police to the bodies if Reni accompanies them. But that's only a small part of the story. There is a lot that happens after that, the story took twists and turns that I didn't see coming.Daniel is obsessed with trying to find closure for the disappearance (murder?) of his mother, and Reni is his semi-willing partner. Reni's mental state is somewhat fragile, and she's upfront about that, making her partnership with Daniel somewhat uneasy. The book is mostly set in the present, with a few chapters flashing back to when Remi was a child.This was a fantastic, intense book, and I cursed my everyday life every time it interrupted my reading. I'm looking forward to more of Reni and Daniel.
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  • Antigone Walsh
    January 1, 1970
    A serial killer agrees to help the police locate the remains of his victims on condition that his estranged daughter, Reni, accompanies them. Reni, a former profiler for the FBI, is still haunted by the role she was induced to lay as a child. She had a breakdown which led to her leaving the FBI and setting up shop in an isolated desert cabin. Daniel, the detective in charge, has serious reservation about Reni and her dad. But he has a compelling personal reason to find the victims. Reni too must A serial killer agrees to help the police locate the remains of his victims on condition that his estranged daughter, Reni, accompanies them. Reni, a former profiler for the FBI, is still haunted by the role she was induced to lay as a child. She had a breakdown which led to her leaving the FBI and setting up shop in an isolated desert cabin. Daniel, the detective in charge, has serious reservation about Reni and her dad. But he has a compelling personal reason to find the victims. Reni too must face the nightmares of the past if she is to enjoy any freedom in the future. But they could just be victims in a diabolical scheme. This well-written knowledge held my interest to the end. I did figure out the players early on but it was fun to see it work out. The characters are multi-faceted and Reni and Daniel are sympathetic and likeable. What could have been a been there done that plot is elevated by the quality of the writing and the characterization. Good book.
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  • RangerGirl
    January 1, 1970
    Convicted serial killer Benjamin Fisher has finally offered to lead San Bernardino detective Daniel Ellis to the isolated graves of his victims. One catch: he’ll only do it if FBI profiler Reni Fisher, his estranged daughter, accompanies them. As hard as it is to exhume her traumatic childhood, Reni can’t say no. She still feels complicit in her father’s crimes.Perfect to play a lost little girl, Reni was the bait to lure unsuspecting women to their deaths. It’s time for closure. For her. For th Convicted serial killer Benjamin Fisher has finally offered to lead San Bernardino detective Daniel Ellis to the isolated graves of his victims. One catch: he’ll only do it if FBI profiler Reni Fisher, his estranged daughter, accompanies them. As hard as it is to exhume her traumatic childhood, Reni can’t say no. She still feels complicit in her father’s crimes.Perfect to play a lost little girl, Reni was the bait to lure unsuspecting women to their deaths. It’s time for closure. For her. For the families. And for Daniel. He shares Reni’s obsession with the past. Ever since he was a boy, he’s been convinced that his mother was one of Fisher’s victims.I got this as an Amazon First Read. It was a really good book and the first I've read from this author. The two MCs were well formed and believable. A very fast paced read. I look forward to reading the next book in this series (next year).
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog!    This is one of the books selected this month for Amazon's First Reads. It interested me more than the other options because the description made me immediately think of the TV show "Blacklist" with a serial killer twist. While it does start out that way, the story overall isn't nearly as intriguing to me as the TV show. While the characters are more than paper thin, the amount of times that the timeline jumps around, I found it diffi My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog!    This is one of the books selected this month for Amazon's First Reads. It interested me more than the other options because the description made me immediately think of the TV show "Blacklist" with a serial killer twist. While it does start out that way, the story overall isn't nearly as intriguing to me as the TV show. While the characters are more than paper thin, the amount of times that the timeline jumps around, I found it difficult to keep track of where I was supposed to be at certain points. Time jumps can be an effective tool in literature, but if you're going to use it you have to ensure that what time you are in at any point is clear. For me, this book failed that test. 
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  • Dawn
    January 1, 1970
    Really how can you not want to read a book by Anne Frasier?! From the very first pages of the book she has you hooked! Reni's dad is in prison for being a serial killer...or was he falsely accused.. or did he have help? HMMM got you intrigued yet? Well you should be! So much suspense in this book that you can't help reading into the night. Reni and Daniel are such a great characters .I look forward to hopefully another book with these two and I'm guessing from the way this book ends we will find Really how can you not want to read a book by Anne Frasier?! From the very first pages of the book she has you hooked! Reni's dad is in prison for being a serial killer...or was he falsely accused.. or did he have help? HMMM got you intrigued yet? Well you should be! So much suspense in this book that you can't help reading into the night. Reni and Daniel are such a great characters .I look forward to hopefully another book with these two and I'm guessing from the way this book ends we will find out in the next book what really happened to Daniel's mom. LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! Highly recommend if you like a good suspenseful mystery!
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  • Megan
    January 1, 1970
    How does this dress look on me? Wow, what a book! I've been in a bit of a reading slump and this was on Prime Reading's First Picks list for this week, so I figured I'd give it a try. I don't read your typical adult crime/mystery novels very often, but Find Me makes me wonder why. I read this book in just over 24 hours and I'm still thinking about it. It was fast-paced, it had the perfect blend of revealing answers while presenting more questions, the trauma depicted in the characters felt auth How does this dress look on me? Wow, what a book! I've been in a bit of a reading slump and this was on Prime Reading's First Picks list for this week, so I figured I'd give it a try. I don't read your typical adult crime/mystery novels very often, but Find Me makes me wonder why. I read this book in just over 24 hours and I'm still thinking about it. It was fast-paced, it had the perfect blend of revealing answers while presenting more questions, the trauma depicted in the characters felt authentic, there wasn't any pushed romance, the crime is dreadfully chilling, and I did not see the end coming. I cannot wait to see what Frasier does next.
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  • Tina Bailey
    January 1, 1970
    Sensational thriller!This is one of the best books I have read in quite sometime. Reni's father is locked up because he is a serial killer. Reno is an ex-FBI agent and is trying to cope with that fact when Daniel, a homicide detective comes knocking because he wants to find bodies. Reni's father will only help if she is there; the daughter he hasn't seen in thirty years. So, this thriller is just written with such clarity of plot, and includes two emotionally wounded cops who come together for a Sensational thriller!This is one of the best books I have read in quite sometime. Reni's father is locked up because he is a serial killer. Reno is an ex-FBI agent and is trying to cope with that fact when Daniel, a homicide detective comes knocking because he wants to find bodies. Reni's father will only help if she is there; the daughter he hasn't seen in thirty years. So, this thriller is just written with such clarity of plot, and includes two emotionally wounded cops who come together for a common purpose. Reni finds out much more about her history than she expected, and Daniel is hoping to do the same. This is a MUST READ!
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  • Kathy
    January 1, 1970
    Wonderful thriller hard to put down So glad I picked this book as choice for the June Amazon Prime book. It's enjoyable to read a book that the author doesn't use foul language and keeps the reader engaged with the nonstop action and interesting characters. This story about a woman who blames herself for helping her dad when he killed young women. Reni was only 5 when her father was arrested, but decided to become a police officer and detective later. I won't give away what happens when Reni see Wonderful thriller hard to put down So glad I picked this book as choice for the June Amazon Prime book. It's enjoyable to read a book that the author doesn't use foul language and keeps the reader engaged with the nonstop action and interesting characters. This story about a woman who blames herself for helping her dad when he killed young women. Reni was only 5 when her father was arrested, but decided to become a police officer and detective later. I won't give away what happens when Reni sees her father again, but highly recommend this book and will read more by this author.
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  • michael montgomery
    January 1, 1970
    Wow. I read this book in less than two days..This was a very good book. Very disturbing also. I'm not really fond of serial killer books, but if you are this is the one to read. Very scary and we'll written. I have read some Ann Frasier's books in the past and they were very good. This one I couldn't put down. I have been reading historical fiction and needed a break from it and decided to read this book. I will go back to my historical mysteries now. I need something less dark after this read. Wow. I read this book in less than two days..This was a very good book. Very disturbing also. I'm not really fond of serial killer books, but if you are this is the one to read. Very scary and we'll written. I have read some Ann Frasier's books in the past and they were very good. This one I couldn't put down. I have been reading historical fiction and needed a break from it and decided to read this book. I will go back to my historical mysteries now. I need something less dark after this read. I think this book will haunt me for a while, but if another book comes out in this series I will read it. I probably wouldn't be able to stop myself.
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  • Agnes V Farias
    January 1, 1970
    I was provided an ARC in digital format to read and review. I highly recommend others to read it. I found the first couple of chapters were a bit slow laying the groundwork of the plot and characters, but once those were introduced, I had a hard time putting the book down! The description of the desert, the memories of the main character, the psychological profiles of secondary characters all added to an intriguing serial killer crime novel. A surprise awaits you regarding the killer’s identity I was provided an ARC in digital format to read and review. I highly recommend others to read it. I found the first couple of chapters were a bit slow laying the groundwork of the plot and characters, but once those were introduced, I had a hard time putting the book down! The description of the desert, the memories of the main character, the psychological profiles of secondary characters all added to an intriguing serial killer crime novel. A surprise awaits you regarding the killer’s identity!
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  • Rachel Sargeant
    January 1, 1970
    This book screams “never judge a book by its cover”! Doesn’t have the most appealing visual but is relevant to the bird theme throughout. Flew through these pages in less than two days (pun chortle 😝)Being a seasoned crime thriller reader I did work out (most of) the plot ending but the number of expected events and the vivid scenic backdrop made this book entertaining and fast! This was an Amazon First Reads pick and I’ll be honest, gave me much more than I was expecting! Loved these characters This book screams “never judge a book by its cover”! Doesn’t have the most appealing visual but is relevant to the bird theme throughout. Flew through these pages in less than two days (pun chortle 😝)Being a seasoned crime thriller reader I did work out (most of) the plot ending but the number of expected events and the vivid scenic backdrop made this book entertaining and fast! This was an Amazon First Reads pick and I’ll be honest, gave me much more than I was expecting! Loved these characters, Just pre-ordered book two - July 2021!!! Please write faster! Five stars!
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  • Meg
    January 1, 1970
    I wanted to like this book more than I did. It was well-written but the plot is fairly predictable and it doesn’t really pick up until the last 20% of the book. A lot of time is spent on flashbacks and chapters devoted to side characters when you really only want to know what is going on in the present. I picked it up and put it down a lot cuz I lost interest a lot. Still I would recommend it to those who like crime books.
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  • Debbi Lund
    January 1, 1970
    Didn't predict that!This book grabbed my attention from the start! Reni has had to live with the fact that she played a part in her father's murdering innocent young women. She has tried to put that behind herself and create a new life. That life is turned upside down when a detective shows up at her door telling her that her father is ready to reveal where he buried his victims. The catch is , that he wants Reni to meet with him. Reni's life will never be the same.
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  • Riss Young
    January 1, 1970
    Not great, not terrible.I was so intrigued by this book. A serial killer's daughter pulled into an investigation to search for the bodies of the victims? Count me in. 70% of this book was 4 star quality. Then it hit this ridiculousness that I could not suspend belief for. No spoilers, I'll just leave it at "ridiculous." An ending so bad that a 4 star book is now 2 1/2 star book, in my opinion. Sincerely disappointing.
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  • Charlotte
    January 1, 1970
    Another can’t put it down book. When your father is a serial killer who used you for bait to kill young women how do you live your life? What will you do to protect yourself? Your mother? How do you rise above it when your foundations are rotten? I am looking forward reading more from one of my favorite authors!
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  • Mistygreene
    January 1, 1970
    Perfect summer mysteryFrazier does not disappoint with fleshing out characters in this new series. I finished this in one day and can’t wait for the next in the series. Be prepared to immediately be engaged and immersed in the beat writing of the summer. You need to buy this book if you love crime dramas, plot twists, and mysteries.
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  • Jeff Harvey
    January 1, 1970
    enjoyable readI enjoyed the story about Reni, her parents, and Daniel. It was well written with a good pace. Lots of surprising twists and turns. The italicized internal thoughts were distracting. They appeared frequently in the 1st 1/2 half of the book but rarely in the 2nd 1/2.
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  • Clarence and Susan Madigan
    January 1, 1970
    A great readFind me was an engaging, poignant read that draws you in ahs leaves you fulfilled. The character development was very good send they carried the plot through the book easily with some good twists.A definite recommend to any who enjoy crime drama with out court scenes.
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  • Yuanjian
    January 1, 1970
    Very unusual point of view - the daughter of a serial killer who was used by her dad as bait. Enjoyed the family dynamics aspect. Strong plotting. A book that I read despite reading the ending first, which is the mark of a good thriller. Not sure that I will ever experience the Mojave desert in the same way.
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  • Shari Armon
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed this book. It is a tense, thrilling read. The back story of how a little girl is involved in murder is gruesome and then to be an adult having to deal with her father and get to the truth was chilling. Great read!
  • Arlene Arredondo
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent work from one of my favourite authors.The plot is like a roller coaster, with haunting events from the past, unexpected moments and twists that will keep you guessing all the way through.Note: I received an arc for review purposes and an honest and unbiased opinion.
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  • Tanya
    January 1, 1970
    Great readI would definitely recommend this author I just discovered her and I’m so glad I did now that I’m finished with this book I’m ready for the next in the series now I’m going to get more of her books
  • Todd Nelson
    January 1, 1970
    Such an amazing read!Read in one day, unpredictable, fascinating, unexpected and intriguing from page one. Liked every moment reading this book, bummed I finished it, but it left me so happy.
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