Saturday, July 17, 2010
Review - The Killing Edge
This book, unfortunately, falls into the realm of not a favorite. While it was interesting, it didn't grab my attention the way some of her other books have done.
The story is about Chloe Martin. Ten years earlier, she and 3 friends survived a brutal massacre while staying in a Florida mansion. Chloe was able to provide the police with a sketch of two of the killers who were later identified as members of a local cult both of whom were dead. Now, she is a psychologist who specialized in working with trauma victims using art therapy. She is working part-time as a swimsuit model when a girl goes missing.
When the girl's ghost appears to Chloe, Chloe realizes that the killers from the massacre are still out there and it's a race against the clock to find them before they come after her.
I have to admit that I didn't see who the killer was until the end. This was a good book, but as I said, it just didn't grab me the way some of her other books have in the past.