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Publisher Description

In THE PERFECT BLOCK (Book #2), rookie criminal profiler Jessie Hunt, 29, picks up the pieces of her broken life and leaves suburbia to start a new life in downtown Los Angeles. But when a wealthy socialite is murdered, Jessie, assigned the case, finds herself back in the world of picture-perfect suburbia, hunting a deranged killer amidst the false facades of normalcy and sociopathic women.

Jessie, thriving again in downtown LA, is sure she’s moved on from her suburban nightmare. Ready to put her failed marriage behind her, she lands a job with the local police department, deferring her acceptance to the FBI’s Academy. 

She is assigned a straightforward murder in a wealthy neighborhood, a simple case to start her career. But little do her bosses know, there's more to the case than anyone suspected. Nothing can prepare her for her first case, one that will force her to probe the minds of the wealthy, suburban couples she’d thought she’d left behind. Behind their polished family pictures and manicured hedges, Jessie realizes, perfection is not what it seems.

A fast-paced psychological suspense thriller with unforgettable characters and heart-pounding suspense, THE PERFECT BLOCK is book #2 in a riveting new series that will leave you turning pages late into the night.

Books #3--#15 are also available!

Crime & Thrillers
25 December
Blake Pierce
Lukeman Literary Management

Customer Reviews

Ynother45678 ,

A gripping tale

Fast paced and many interesting characters

Mmhgjhggy ,

Edge of the seat stuff!!

The female protaganist is clever but can be stupid at times, particularly when she takes unnecessary risks. The plot is interesting and it keeps me turning the pages. A recommended read, and I am intrigued enough to read the next book in the series.

Ryls ,

Great series, however editing leaves a lot to be desired

Enjoying this series a lot but a bit put off of buying further books due to the poor editing which makes the author/books hard to take seriously! So many spelling/grammatical/repeated word errors that it takes a lot away from the story... not the only Blake Pierce books I have read with similar issues either 🤷🏽‍♀️

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