Ten Days Gone by Beverly Long

Release Date - February 18, 2020



In the first A.L. McKittridge novel, detectives A.L. McKittridge and his partner Rena Morgan are working long hours trying to stop a serial killer. Four women are dead, exactly 10 days apart, and there seems to be no link between the women.

Once they do find the link, time is quickly running out. They only have a link as to why the women are connected, but the killer's identity is still a mystery that they must solve if they're to keep the next potential victim safe.

That's the mystery, but there's a lot more to this story. A.L. is divorced with a teen daughter. She's starting to make some wrong choices. Teen or not, his role as a dad is to keep her safe, but the long hours he's working are making that difficult. Rena and her husband are trying desperately to have a baby, and the infertility treatments are all too consuming. Her husband is pulling away and she fears he's having an affair, but she can't push work aside to focus on what he's really up to.

With the blend of personal stories and mystery, Ten Days Gone was an engaging read. I had a hard time putting it down to get much-needed sleep. If you want a story that will keep you hooked, this is a great choice.

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