USA Today Bestselling Author Chris Taylor doesn't disappoint...
A cold-blooded serial killer is carving up bodies... Who's next?
Still reeling from his wife's unexpected and violent death, Federal Agent Clayton Munro must ignore his pain and throw himself into his work as a profiler on a time sensitive case. With a serial killer on the loose in Sydney, he is forced to team up with the local police in an effort to stop the vicious murders.
Lead detective, Ellie Cooper doesn't let her tragic past stop her from anything. Determined to uncover the details behind the murders, she refuses to be distracted by the arrogant and handsome federal agent new to the case.
But as corpses keep piling up, Ellie and Clayton are under pressure to capture the criminal while keeping their anger—and attraction—at bay. With Ellie at the top of his hit list, this particular killer is more dangerous than either of them realize. Can the profiler save her before it's too late?
If you love Liliana Hart, Cristin Harber, and Karen Rose, you’ll love this pulse-pounding romantic suspense thriller from Chris Taylor. The Profiler will keep you glued to the page right until the very end.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
This engrossing novel—the first instalment in Australian writer Chris Taylor’s popular Munro Family series—is both an alluring police love story and a thrilling murder mystery. When three young women go missing from the western suburbs of Sydney and macabre clues begin surfacing, dashing Federal Agent Clayton Munro is partnered with tough local detective Ellie Cooper. Each grieving a tragic personal loss, Munro and Cooper develop a deep connection as they set their minds to catching a saw-wielding psychopath.
Customer ReviewsSee All
But too much romantic goo
This was the first book I've had the pleasure of reading. The plot unfolded, and the relationship between Ellie & Clayton sparked. I was pulling for them both. I am ready for the next book.
The story starts strong and keeps you engaged, but it dilutes slowly to the point it gets boring towards the end. The final is forced and unrealistic. The coincidental meet in the taxi is plain silly.