In New York a young girl is brutally raped and murdered. Detective Callum Doyle has visited the distraught family. Now he wants justice.
Doyle is convinced he knows who the killer is; the problem is he can't prove it. And the more he pushes his prime suspect, the more he learns that the man is capable of pushing back in ways more devious and twisted than Doyle could ever have imagined.
I really enjoyed the first book although Doyle didn't do much detecting. The second book was good but again Doyle did very little to solve the crime and this third one has only confirmed my suspicion that Doyle is a crap detective. He seems to spend the whole book saying things like "why didn't I see that" or "I really messed that up". He seems to miss even the most obvious clues and although the basic story is good he doesn't bring anything to it. Have to say I was disappointed. Shame.
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