FBI Special Agent Cal Coulter has been sent to Graveyard Falls after a woman is found with a rose stuffed down her throat in a wedding dress at the bottom of a waterfall. This murder resembles the series of murders 30 years ago but a high school jock was convicted and sent to jail.
Did they get the wrong guy? Or is there a copycat? When the killer sets his eyes on Mona Monroe, the love of Cal’s life and his best friend’s wife, Cal will have to act fast before its too late.
I really enjoyed this book but the author was doing too much.
From the moment I started the book I was sucked in. The details, the suspension was perfect until a little half way through the book.
I liked Cal. I felt that he did his job for the immediate issue. But he lacked in depth. I wanted to know more about his past and not just why he didn’t make a move on Mona. Although I liked him as a FBI agent I cannot say I liked him as a person because there was really nothing there that really highlighted his personality or who he really was beyond the case. Yes, you saw pieces of his past but they weren’t his own and they were PIECES!
I didn’t like Mona. She was very one dimensional, she had no personality and she was boring. *Kayne Shrug*
Herron took more care in developing the killer than her other characters. It was exactly what I wanted but I wish it done for all characters and not just one.
My biggest issue with this book started halfway through. Herron was doing too much by making sure everyone was connected to this one person. I understand small towns and how they work, especially within a novel, however it was too much. Way too much. It made the book less authentic.
But none the less I enjoyed this book and I am looking forward to book two.