Saturday, February 08, 2014
Review of Shadows of the Past by Patricia Bradley
The Nutshell: The main character, Taylor, a professor and criminal profiler, is fighting to find the person who is trying to kill her, while also working on solving her fathers disappearance and ends up with the help from a famous writer whom she falls for along the way.
Pro's: Good story line and development of characters. The pace kicked in to high gear towards the end and I just had to see how it concluded. It provided an interesting look into profiling and the minds of criminals.
Con's: I pegged the killer half way through the book, but I was still interested in how he was caught. It was slow in parts, but the interest was still there to find how everything connected. A bit mushy, which I could do without. A bit gory and graphic in spots.
If you like suspense books, you may be interested in picking this one up. I look forward to reading book 2 in Patricia Bradley's series!
Revell Books sent me this complimentary book to review for them. Thoughts and opinions are my own.