Monday, October 24, 2011

5 Stars for Debra Webb's Obsession


Special Agent Jess Harris has spent more than a decade studying the many faces of evil. But in her determination to stop a heinous serial killer, she messed up, broke the rules, and it cost her everything. Now her career is in need of resuscitation and her love life is dead and buried. Jess jumps at the chance to escape her current reality and to advise on a case that has Birmingham, Alabama’s top cops stumped. The trouble is, the case forces Jess to confront all the reasons she put her hometown and her first love, Police Chief Dan Burnett, in her rearview mirror all those years ago.

Dan Burnett will do anything to find the four young women who have gone missing before it’s too late to save them—even if it means asking for help from the woman who has spent a decade avoiding him. Until recently he kept up with Jess’s career at Quantico. She’s the best at what she does and he needs her to help him solve this case. And just maybe, in the process, they can break down that brick wall she has built between them. Maybe they can even be more than friends again.

When a fifth girl goes missing without a break in the case, Jess questions her skill as a profiler and an investigator. Then the unthinkable happens. A startling personal message reveals that the crazed serial killer whose case she blew has followed her to Birmingham, adding a chilling twist to an already desperate situation, and time is swiftly running out.

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This is such a great book!  Agent Jess Harris's career in kinda on the fritz after making a mistake from being over confident in her job.   I'm not going to go into what the book is about because the blurb explains it so well.  But, I will say that the characters in this book are very well developed and they are easy to understand.  
This book truly thrills you as you wonder what could happen next and who is in the wrong.  If that's not enough there's a great romance added to the story.  A relationship that didn't work out due to misunderstandings and being to young then finding each other again.
It's such a great story, I highly recommend you read it because it leaves you wanting for nothing.



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