The DNA results are back. And there’s a serial killer in her family tree…
Liz Catalano is shocked when an ancestry kit reveals she’s adopted. But she could never have imagined connecting with her unknown family would plunge her into an FBI investigation of a notorious serial killer…
The Tri-State Killer has been abducting pairs of women for forty years, leaving no clues behind – only bodies.
Can Liz figure out who the killer in her new family is? And can she save his newest victims before it’s too late?
I have never felt comfortable about DNA or ancestry kits, and in Liz’s case you can see why as after doing one she finds out she is adopted but no on has thought to tell her, when she starts looking into her family members the FBI want to talk to her as they are investigating a crime that happened. Will Liz be able to help the FBI before another set on women are killed? who could it be? I liked the way the writing and story line flowed, it kept me on edge and I also liked how the book was set out, alternate chapters one with Liz’s story and also one with each of the women. I just didn’t want to stop at any chapters, I just wanted to read on to find out who the killer was. It was a very good thriller and the ending was brilliant.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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