Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
It started out well, but the book seemed to be a little unfinished. It moved slowly, and things were explained haphazardly, there wasn’t a continuity and flow to the telling. The killer did give me the chills, and perhaps I was expecting more from the rest of the characters, which I didn’t get. I also expected a bit more of an investigatory explanation from Nicoletti, but everything was just cut and dried and not very suspenseful. The dialogue was also very stilted. The book will probably become a series or a trilogy (as everything is these days), but there wasn’t enough to hold my attention longer than the first book.