A woman faces her family’s serial killing history in A Flicker in the Dark.
Chloe is a clinical psychologist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Twenty years ago, at age twelve, she turned in evidence that the police used to convict her father of killing six girls in their small hometown. The episode haunts her. Now, another serial killer has started copying her father’s killing spree. This time it’s personal. The second new victim had just left Chloe’s office when she was abducted. Who could be doing this new spate of crimes, and why?
This well-written thriller just sucked me into its dark universe. I guessed the conclusion’s twist early on. However, there are many more twists to enjoy. Plus, Chloe is an unusually complex character for a thriller. If you are in the mood for a dark and gloomy read, don’t miss A Flicker in the Dark. 4 stars!
Thanks to Minotaur Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.