Nothing to lose
Ziba MacKenzie #2
police procedurals, psychological thrillers
Thomas & Mercer
26 Mar 2019
He’s looking for his next victim. She looks just like his last.
Primrose Hill, London. Offender Profiler Ziba MacKenzie arrives at the scene of a gruesome murder with a disturbing sense of déjà vu. Nine days earlier, another woman’s body was found: same location, same MO, same physical appearance. For the police, it’s clear a new serial killer is on the loose. But for Ziba, it’s even more sinister—because the victims look just like her.
Ziba has been the focus of a killer’s interest before, and knows that if she gets too close again this case could be her last. Still, she’s not one to play by the rules—especially when her secret investigation into her husband’s murder begins to attract unwanted attention.
With someone watching her every step, can Ziba uncover what connects the two victims before she becomes one herself?
This is number 2 in this series about a profiler looking for
her husband’s murderer and the reason why he was murdered. Even going so far as
to bring in Wolfie for extra help.
Our profiler is still grieving and as such is perhaps not as
clear-headed as she should be and so makes mistakes. Ones she should know
better than …
For me, the writing style had improved over book 1 and so
was the story-telling. As with all these genre of books, red herrings abound
and there is a great twist to the ending.