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In the Darkness

de Mike Omer

Sèrie: Zoe Bentley (2)

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A serial killer who buries people alive? Yup, I’m there for it, and, no, I don’t want to explore what that says about me.

In the Darkness is the second Zoe Bentley novel. The main plot is unique to this book, but there’s also a carryover storyline from A Killer’s Mind, the first book, so I think it’s best to read them in order.

Pacing is steady, moving us through a complex case as Zoe and Tatum race against the clock to find the killer. The content is dark, violent, and vivid.

During the main investigation, we also have the reappearance of Zoe’s nemesis from the first book, which can make the story feel overly complicated at times. I’m hoping for resolution on this storyline soon.

Some things happen that are a bit of a stretch, but not so much that I couldn’t see it all playing out. Overall, there’s a realistic feel that makes this book all the more uncomfortable to read. ( )
  Darcia | Sep 6, 2020 |
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  Olivermagnus | Jul 2, 2020 |
“Who would have guessed that what a serial killer would need these days was a good marketing department?”

The ‘unsub’ in this book likes to bury women alive and then live stream their struggles, and deaths, on the internet. Zoe and her partner must work to stop him, and to stop an old serial killer from messing with Zoe's sister. Throw in a grumpy old grandpa, and you've got a story! One that I did not have a clue who the killer was! A pretty good sequel, good enough for me to want to read number 3! Just one request - drop that newspaper reporter please! He really doesn't add much at all. ( )
  Stahl-Ricco | Jun 12, 2020 |
I love this author! I love this series! I can’t wait for the 3rd book to come out in June! The writing is gripping and it pulls you in, and keeps you reading. He’s great at making the outcome not predictable and isn’t afraid to make the books creepy, which I love. The characters are also awesome, one of my favorites is Marvin, he throws a little bit of comedy into the book. SO GOOD!! If you like suspense and mystery, READ THIS SERIES! ( )
  LiveLaughRead | May 17, 2020 |
What a freaky story In the Darkness was! I can’t even imagine the idea of having to watch someone who was buried alive slowly die! Not only once but several times with different victims. Very disturbing, but that is part of the job of FBI forensic psychologist consultant Zoe Bentley. She was responsible for building a profile that would ultimately lead to the capture of a killer. Only this time she was going to have to up her game because her personal life was interfering with her focus.

Zoe and Special Agent Tatum Gray had both been assigned to the case of the buried girls and not just because they worked well together, although that was true. They were sent to tackle the case because they both needed to be otherwise occupied and focused on something other than what was taking place in their current lives. Never did they guess in a million years how personal this case was going to become for them both.

There was plenty of misdirection in this story and it had me considering multiple suspects as the villain. Following the clues was intriguing and I almost didn’t figure out the culprit before the reveal that had all the clues coming together. In addition, there were events taking place with Zoe’s sister that kept me in a heightened state of suspense. There was much to enjoy in this story and it was an absolute page turner for me.

The partnership between Zoe and Tatum is developing and I like where it is heading. They are both rough around the edges but together are smoothing each other out which is making them both more likable to me. Speaking of likable, I enjoyed Marvin, Tatum’s grandfather, in A Killer’s Mind but I adored him in this book!! He was both hilarious and quite the hero. I love him to pieces! Overall, In the Darkness was a nice police procedural that was also a fascinating psychological thriller and I would highly recommend it! ( )
  TheGenreMinx | Apr 10, 2020 |
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