The number-one New York Times-bestselling author J. D. Robb presents an intense and terrifying new case for New York homicide cop Eve Dallas, one that will take her all the way to the city that gave her her name-and plunge her into the nightmares of her childhood.
When a monster named Isaac McQueen-taken down by Eve back in her uniform days-escapes from Rikers, he has two things in mind. One is to pick up where he left off, abducting young victims and leaving them scarred in both mind and body. The other is to get revenge on the woman who stopped him all those years ago.
After all the mystery about the book with the different name, I find that it's just a bit disappointing. I mean, my sister and figured out who will make an appearance after all, Eve's mother is the only one in her past that we haven't had the pleasure to meet, but I still like it.
This time the suspense plot is different, we know who the killer is, his location is the mystery.
As always, I love Roarke. And I love the fact that their relationship is so strong. But I do miss the New York gang. :-(
Don't ask me why I didn't give the book a five star rating. There's just something missing.