Victim and survivor Flora Dane is back with a vengeance in When You See Me.
D.D. Warren is assigned a multi-jurisdictional case of a skeleton buried fifteen years in rural Georgia. Jacob Ness, the serial killer who held Flora as his sex slave for over a year until she killed him, is suspected. D.D. brings in Flora, and Flora’s new serial killer obsessed techie boyfriend, Keith Edgar. All four work with the head of the team FBI agent Kimberly Quincy to catch the victim’s killer.
The book is told from four women’s point of view—D.D., Flora, Kimberly, and an unknown victim who has lost the power of speech to a bullet. It is a riveting tale that delves into what happens to bodies when buried in shallow graves that I won’t soon forget. If you’re ready for a fast-paced deep dive into the seedy side of mankind, pick up the latest D.D. Warren book, When You See Me. Even though this is fine as a standalone, you may want to start with Flora’s own story in Find Her first. 5 stars and highly recommended!
Thanks to Dutton Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.