Wednesday, June 11, 2008

All the Pretty Girls by J.T. Ellison

The first in what I expect to be a good suspense series, All the Pretty Girls introduces two protagonists - Taylor Jackson, a detective lieutenant in Nashville and John Baldwin, her FBI profiler boyfriend. The story intertwines a serial killer spree and hunt that Baldwin focuses on primarily with the many different situations that Taylor finds herself investigating. The two have only been dating a few months but they have been intense, having started with an investigation that almost killed Taylor and that she is still recovering from.

The main characters are quite believable and real. The lesser characters not as much but still good for the story. I didn't know for sure who 'did it' until near the end and there were enough twists to keep me guessing when I got to thinking I did know.

This book was recommended by J. Kaye. Check out her review. And I'll be on the lookout for the next in the series, 14, due out this fall!

1 comment:

J. Kaye Oldner said...

Great review and thanks for the links! Wasn't this such a great book? I can't wait for 14 to come out!