For months, Peyton and her partner, Marco, have been searching for the serial killer known only as the Janitor, but every investigation ends in defeat. He moves like the wind, striking and disappearing without a trace, leaving no evidence behind.
Peyton, herself, fell victim to his attack. Now she struggles to focus on her job when her every moment is filled with nightmares of him.
Forced to deny her trauma in order to stop him, Peyton fears this case is destined to end a hail of bullets and blood. She's just not sure whose.
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- A D.
I often hear people mention binge watching their favourite series. Well, this is a book series that I can absolutely binge listen to! If you are new to the Peyton Brooks series, you should start from the beginning. The characters grow and develop fantastically through the books. And this book marks the end of Peyton Brooks in her initial role and the start of whatever is next. A big case that teased and tortured the homicide team for most of the series comes to a dramatic conclusion too. I really enjoy ML Hamilton's writing. She commits completely to her characters and she makes it so easy for her readers and audience to do the same. She handles their issues and challenges with sensitivity. Each character is unique, lovable and remarkably quirky. As for Kelley Hazen, she does not narrate the books in the series; She performs them. She gives each character their own unique voice that reflects their personality. I cannot express how much I have enjoyed the series so far. This book is the perfect bow at the end of this part of the series. I am so looking forward to the characters' onward journey! This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.