Book 1, The Munro Family Series
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A psychopathic killer is stalking the women of Sydney… Federal Agent Clayton Munro, a criminal profiler with the Australian Federal Police (AFP), has been called upon to assist in hunting down a vicious murderer who is intent upon carving up his victims while they’re still alive. Guilt-stricken over his wife’s suicide, Clayton’s forced to leave behind his personal issues in order to focus on the case. Detective Ellie Cooper is also no stranger to heartache. Pregnant and abandoned at the altar by a fiancé intent on pursuing a career with the AFP, her opinion of the elite body of officers is anything but favorable. Angered when her boss orders her to partner with the Fed, she’s determined not to cut him any slack. But women are dying on the streets of western Sydney and the pressure is mounting to find the person responsible. Will Clayton and Ellie be able to set aside their animosity and work together to catch a killer before it’s too late? And what about the special fascination the killer seems to have with Ellie...
I loved the book.I couldn't put it down. Will definitely read more of her books.
Decent Plot, Nauseating Love Story
I bought this book because I thought it was a mystery. However, I ended up skimming through about half of it--the nauseating love story parts. The author uses just about every cliche ever written to describe the interactions between the Profiler and Ellie, one of the local police officers. Honestly, I literally was groaning aloud while I was reading some of the passages or frantically searching for a barf bag. Unless you really dig romance novels filled with throbbing, heaving, blushing, swollen body parts, I would forego the Munro series and move on to some decent mystery series. I recommend books by Stephen Booth, Peter Robinson, , Colin Cotteril, and Ruth Rendell.
A love story
I was looking for intrigue and convoluted twists and turns that goes along with the search for a psycho. Instead I got a love story. I could not even complete it. Big disappointment for me!