This is book 2 in the Riley Paige series which I read immediately after book 1. Not quite as good and gripping as book 1 but still an extremely well written book.
This book concentrates more on Riley’s relationship with her daughter. 

It turns out that her daughter is very much a copy of her mother in a younger body. She has her mother’s determination and willingness to go the extra mile to get herself out of situations that she is unhappy with – whether it is living with her father or being left behind as her mother goes off to solve a new case. 

And as it turns out, this trait is not to her advantage as her mother’s work spills over into her private life.


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