Review: Deep Dark (Tracers #10) by Laura Griffin (coming May 24th)

Deep Dark (Tracers, #10)Deep Dark by Laura Griffin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series is still just as fresh and thrilling as the first book was. I love a good forensics book and this series never disappoints.

In each of the books we’ve gotten to see a different aspect of how forensics is used to solve murders or crimes from the experts at the Delphi Center. For a latest group of murders the Cyber team is called upon to try and find the killer. The way this authors writes I was riveted from beginning to end with the story. Both the leads command your attention and their chemistry off the charts.

Synapsis: The moment detective Reed Novak steps onto the crime scene, he knows the case is going to rock his world. A beautiful young woman murdered at home. No sign of forced entry. No motive. She’s obviously not the killer’s first victim, and Reed’s instincts tell him she won’t be his last. Reed’s first clue comes via a mysterious text that links to a dating profile, but even more intriguing than the clue is the person who sent it.

As a white-hat hacker in the Delphi Center’s cyber investigation unit, Laney Knox sneaks into some of the deepest, darkest corners of the Internet looking for predators. Laney would prefer to stay away from Austin PD’s most recent murder case, but she can’t ignore the chilling similarities between that crime and her own brutal attack years ago. Laney offers to help the sexy lead detective, but he wants more from her than just a promising tip—Reed wants her trust. Laney resists, but as their relationship deepens she’s tempted to reveal the closely guarded secrets that could make her a key witness…or the killer’s next victim.
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