Body of the Crime
What was it about:
Three grisly murders linked to five old cold cases, dubbed the Flower Girl Murders, pushes detectives to their limit to find a clever and extremely brutal serial killer, leaving a California town demanding justice. The District Attorney’s Serial Special Task Force retains the help of the reclusive Dr. Chip Palmer, a forensic expert and criminal profiler, to steer them in the right direction. Palmer is known for his astute academic interpretations of serial and predatory crimes, along with his unconventional tactics that goes against general police procedures. He is partnered with the tough and beautiful D.A. Inspector Kate Rawlins, a homicide detective transplanted from Phoenix, and the chemistry ignites between the team—both good and deadly.
The Flower Girl Murders leaves three homicides, five cold cases, two seasoned detectives, three suspects, and one serial killer calling all the shots. The investigation must rely on one eccentric forensic scientist to unravel the clues to solve the case. But at what cost?
While I did enjoy the story and it has the potential to become a really good series to pick up and read ,and I did like the characters a lot, and while it did pull me in ,there was just to much going on though out the story, that at times it felt like the author couldn't make up her mind on what part of the story she was telling. So she just put it all in to in story line.but even with all that going on I still want to pick up the next book.With that said I would love to say thinks to NetGalley for giving me the opportunity as well as the chance to read and read a new to me author , in change for my honest opinion.