Don't Look Back
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Book Two of the Women of Justice Series, finds us once again in the story of Jamie Cash. Jamie has started living life again outside of her home, where she hid out for years after being brutally raped and tortured and left for dead by a psychotic serial killer.
This story opens with two graves being found, Jamie is called in to examine as an anthropologist. She is horrified to find signs that these women were killed by the same man who tortured her. Is he back? Has "Hero" returned to finish what he started with her twelve years earlier? As the violence escalates against her, her friends and her family, Jamie questions whether she will make it through this time with her life.
Dakota, the detective working the case, and a friend, has fallen hard for Jamie and is determined that nothing will happen to her. But he cannot be with her twenty four hours a day and work the case too. Will he figure out who is doing this before she is harmed?
A fast paced, fast moving book. I loved this book, as much as I loved the first book in this series. Many of the same characters are in this story also, and you will feel as if you know these characters and will laugh, cry and hurt with them. Jamie's faith in God is amazing and she reaches out to others even in her time of crises and this truly makes the story awesome. 324 pages $14.99 US 5 stars.
I wanted to add, as a fan of forensic style shows this book did not bother me, but is not for the faint hearted or weak stomached. It does have some descriptions of scenes that might be found hard to read for some.
Available October 2010 from your favorite seller of Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.