“Kill you Twice” by
How do you kill someone twice? Intriguing indeed. The title captured my attention, but the contents within had me racing to the finish.
Archie Sheridan is plagued with horrors from the past, tortured by his recollection of what ex-lover and serial killer Gretchen Lowell did to him. He is lucky to be alive. But it’s not over with
, not by a long
shot. Lowell may be locked up in an insane asylum, but it doesn’t make her any
less of a threat as Sheridan races to find out if there is a copycat mimicking
Lowell or a new serial killer all of his or her own. Lowell
Meanwhile ex-journalist and friend of Sheridan, Susan Ward, becomes entwined in
present case and their mutual history with . Ward tries to protect a teenager who
both she and Sheridan dealt with in the past. It’s all—at least most of it—tied
in with Lowell .
But how? It’s a question Susan and Sheridan both want an answer to. Lowell
I haven’t read the previous books in the series and frankly, this was a bit of a hindrance. In my opinion, the characters’ interaction and affiliation with each other could have been explained a bit more for the reader such as myself who jumped in the middle. But it didn’t stop me from enjoying the story. On the contrary. Now I want to go back and read all I missed before this book.