The Book of Cold Cases
Shea Collins is obsessed with true crime. She anonymously writes a blog about cold cases, driven by the personal trauma of narrowly escaping her own homicide. In The Book of Cold Cases, Shea has the opportunity of a lifetime to interview Beth Greer, who was acquitted in the infamous Lady Killer case in 1977. Shea desperately wants to piece together the unsolved case, but her life is upturned as she gets closer to revealing the mystery behind the Lady Killer saga.
The Book of Cold Cases was a perfectly creepy and solid mystery novel! There were paranormal elements that helped keep the pace of the story and left me intrigued. My heart was racing at the end of the first part, anxious to read more about the haunted Greer estate and Beth’s secrets. This book was well-written and focused on two strong female leads, Shea and Beth. The second part of the book flew by, and I enjoyed the flashbacks to Beth’s childhood and the introduction of Lily. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a smart, heart-thumping thriller!
|Author||Simone St. James|
|Page Count||352 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|