by Graeme Cameron
Here is a book that sucks you in.
Written cleverly to engage the readers attention, “Dead Girls”, follows the story of a police detective Alisha Green on her search for a serial killer.
With a foggy mind after being brutally attacked, Green is unsure about most things, but is seeing more dead girls appear, as well as her colleagues being picked off one by one.
While the character of Green comes to life through the pages, some of the other characters lack the depth one could expect.
However, that being said, the storyline is gripping and carries the reader through.
Heath writes reviews regularly for newspapers and magazines.