Detective Avery North has two Jane Doe murders to solve, and when she discovers matching magnolia tattoos on their shoulders, she fears she is dealing with a serial killer. Teaming up with medical examiner Jackson Bryant, she follows the clues that lead further and further into a world of dark and dangerous secrets. On top of trying to solve the murders, Avery must keep herself and her daughter safe, as well as her heart - which proves to be quite difficult!
I thought this book was refreshing on a lot of levels. An older main character with a teenage daughter is not common, as well as dealing with some modern issues and problems that really need to be addressed in the real world outside her book. I like that she was able to draw attention to a huge social injustice, while at the same time writing a great story.
Thank you to Revell Publishing for a free copy of this book to review.
Available August 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.