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Uncaged Review – Mirror Image by Mary Cook

Mirror Image
Mary Cook
Crime/Suspense

A killer has come to town. Been in her house.

Watched her sleep. Is leaving her notes. 

Men who live in Orchard Grove have become the target of a vicious serial killer. Antonia Delgado is determined to bring the killer to justice before she claims her next victim. A new truth is revealed when the notes become more personal. 

Now Toni must delve into a past she hoped to never face again. Secrets that have haunted her will come to light. No part of her past will be left untouched. Whoever the killer is has a personal, intimate knowledge of Toni. 


Uncaged Review: There is a serial killer on the loose and the killer is targeting men who have daughters. The book opens with a grizzly scene of a man being tortured by the killer and then the book speeds onward. Toni and Rob are the detectives that are working the case and every single clue is pointing toward a woman being the killer. One of the problems is that Toni is an alcoholic and has blackouts, and the clues that have been gathered at each scene make it look suspiciously like Toni is the killer. Is she killing during her blackouts?

This is a book that will keep you guessing and never slows the pace. As you learn more and more, you will change your mind several times during the book to whom the killer is, and may stump you until the end. There was a couple of things that I had a hard time believing, but all in all, this is a good crime thriller that was a quick read. Reviewed by Cyrene

4 Stars

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