Sunday, January 7, 2018

Review ~ Sins of the Fathers by Catherine Sue Morgan

Twenty years ago, Rebecca Bennett's father raped and killed Jack Conroy's sister. Adopted and her name changed after the tragedy, Becca is desperately searching for her brother, Kevin, who has vanished. He is, as was their father, paranoid schizophrenic, and the string of rapes that is terrorizing the city started only days after he disappeared.

Jack Conroy, Tulsa Police Department detective, is focused with razor sharp intensity on the hunt for the serial rapist whose violence is increasing with every offense. For Jack, it's personal; he sees his sister's face in every victim. Aware of Becca only as a trauma therapist, Jack asks her to aid the investigation by working with the original rape survivors. She agrees, and soon her secrets and her life are on the line.

Everything in this story is well developed, while I find the ending lacking I was pretty hooked on the plot. The story is almost a breath of fresh air from the usual romantic suspense books as it deals very closely with mental illness. Some of the story was predictable and fell into place a little too easily, while other parts where a bit of a surprise. A solid 4 star read for me. 

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