A serial killer. An elaborate game of death. Who’s ready to play?
A killer is loose in San Francisco, and he’s collecting body parts. FBI Agent Abby Kane believes a dead hiker found ten miles north of the city is the key to solving those crimes. The more Abby digs, the more she begins to think the killer is playing an elaborate game and there’s an audience cheering him on. But to catch the monster, she’ll have to join in his twisted game.
Russian Hill is the first book in the thrilling Chasing Chinatown trilogy.
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I just finished this book. I can't wait to read the next two of the Chasing Chinatown trilogy. It's fast paced with twists and turns. I never did figure out how it would end...until the end! Great read!
Usually I hate crime thrillers books because they are all so cliche: two people with troubled pasts who have to find a killer and grow closer together. I love Russian Hill because it gets rid of that overemphasis of romance. This book is all about the case and it is written in a way that keeps me wanting more. This is really one of the only books I've seen which could really be classified as thriller. The characters were lovable and their characters shone through clearly in this well-written, relatable work of art. Bringing Abby's family life into this made it more personal and I was able to connect with the characters. This is an amazing book and I look forward to finishing a the series.
Excellent read. Great character development. Story moved quickly, with a definite plot and sub plot. Even though there is reference to previous events (that are most likely covered in prior books) it did not take away from the story, just intrigued you - a very savvy way to encourage a reader to buy other books! Fascinating cultural references that had me making a list to Goggle (and try/visit). Definitely plan to read more by this author.