Monday, October 13, 2014

Splintered by SJD Peterson

A string of murders targeting effeminate gay men has the GLBTQ community of Chicago on alert, but budget cuts have left many precincts understaffed and overworked. Not to mention, homophobia is alive and well within the law enforcement community and little has been done to solve the mystery. When the FBI calls in Special Agent Todd Hutchinson and his team, the locals are glad to hand the case off. But Hutch finds a bigger mystery than anyone originally realized—seventeen linked murders committed in several different jurisdictions. Hutch’s clues lead him to Noah Walker.

Working on his PhD in forensic psychology, Noah has been obsessed with serial murders since he was a child. But coming to Hutch’s attention as a suspect isn’t a good way to start a relationship. Noah finds himself hunted, striking him off Hutch’s suspect list, but not off his radar. To catch the killer before anyone else falls victim, they’ll have to work together, and quickly, to bring him to justice.

Step inside the mind of the killer HERE:

My Review

This is first book I have read by this author,  but it will not be my last.  I loved everything about this book,  I’m a sucker for a hot alpha FBI!  The book flow was awesome, but the criminology was off the charts!  Todd “Hutch” Hutchinson pulled me in from the first page and would not let me loose.  

But lets talk about Travis “Granite” Green,  this was my favorite character I have to say.  Card carrying member of “The Goth Nation”  he kept me snickering everytime he opened his mouth while challenging Hutch.  (I’m really hoping that he is a closet case and he will get his on “Fine ass” man).  
This story was very believable, the author really did her research on forensic terms and it really kept the story moving and very interesting.


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