Deep into the Dark: A Mystery
I have been a fan of PJ Tracy for quite a while. Getting my hands on Deep in the Dark proved to be as exciting and heart-pumping as I had imagined! The characters have depth, the story comes to life, and it is certainly dark at times.
Sam is a war hero who served two tours in Afghanistan but came back a different person. Melody has her own baggage and likes to keep to herself. The couple knows each other from work, but their familiarity will reach a new level in a matter of days. There is a serial killer on the loose in LA, the media have named him “the Monster.” Throughout a couple of days, Sam will face internal and external battles with his PTSD, Melody must work through her past, and an LA homicide detective will figure out her life personally and professionally.
Tracy’s writing flows so smoothly that even though the story is over three hundred pages, you will notice yourself flipping page after page. I appreciate the focus that is put on mental illness, especially since this is a taboo topic for many people. I recommend this book to any mystery lover.
|Page Count||352 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime, Thriller|