Into the Black Nowhere

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Caitlin Hendrix, the star of Meg Gardiner’s Unsub series of serial killer thrillers, hits all the right notes. She is vulnerable but resourceful, guided by her instincts but knows the rules of profiling. In Into the Black Nowhere she will need all her skills; she has left behind her father and mentor Mack to work the FBI, and her new team don’t know what to make of the rookie profiler, leaving her almost alone under the searing Texas sun with a killer Gardiner has modelled on the notorious Ted Bundy. Into the Black Nowhere is as fast as a killer’s knife, and as thrilling as the hunt. Read the full review here.

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