When a homeless woman, Cheryl Whiffen, hears voices in her head telling her to do bad things, she can’t help but obey.
But when Cheryl becomes the victim of a serial killer who is collecting angels, this time the voices can’t help her. She is deemed not worthy of being an angel and the killer has to find another way to dispose of her body.
TJ Tulley has connections in the police force – her brother Jacob is a digital forensic analyst and her soon to be sister-in-law is a CSI. She knows many of their colleagues so when someone breaks into her house at the riding stables she owns, it’s not a surprise when the police dispatch CSI Jackson Doherty.
Is there a link between a suspicious fire at the stables and the serial killer?
As TJ and Doherty get closer to the truth they don’t realise the danger they are in. He is a killer – he’s angry at their investigation and he’ll do just about anything to protect his angels…
This could be an interesting one, I haven’t got the book yet but I’m going to download it from Netgalley soon.
This’ll be my last book review of the month, and after that reviews will be a bit spotty. I have one booked in for May, two for June, two for July (on the same day) and one for August. Normal service will probably resume in October, after I’ve handed in my dissertation. I will also be getting on with the re-write of Fire Awakened after the end of my course, so be prepared for posts about that, and the new book I’m starting as part of my dissertation, a crime novel featuring D.S. Lucie Burns, who first appeared in my short Shot Down.