Looking for a great thriller that puts the word thrill back into your reading? Well, look no further for Find Me by Anne Frasier, might just be the one you are craving.
Imagine being the bait to lure young women to their deaths? Imagine being the daughter of a serial killer? Imagine your father, in jail for thirty years asking you, his daughter, to see him for he is ready to reveal the locations of the bodies of the girls he murdered?
Along with Daniel Ellis, a detective, Reni Fisher agrees to meet her father out in the desert where the bodies lie. Then, the unbelievable happens, and Reni and Daniel are off in a quest to find the bodies for Daniel and Reni, now a former FBI profiler, both have an overwhelming desire to find the and bring some closure to their families and of course their own lives. They are both driven by deeply hidden ghosts that haunt their days and make this quest their ultimate goal. As always, though danger lurks, and there are evil and strange forces working to see that their goal is never recognized.
There’s a lot going on in this story, and Ms Frasier handles the telling with aplomb, building the tension, the circumstances, and the ending with lots of tension, force, and urgency. She makes this book into a compulsive read, filling it with lots of twists that honestly, I never saw coming.
If you are a lover of well done thrillers, this just might be the story for you. I read it in two days and yes, it was that good.
Thank you to NetGalley for a copy of this very impressive page turning book, due out today, July 15, 2020.
and here’s the author:
Anne Frasier is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. The Body Reader received the 2017 THRILLER AWARD for Best Paperback Original from International Thriller Writers. Other honors include a RITA for romantic suspense and a Daphne du Maurier Award for paranormal romance. Her memoir The Orchard was an O, The Oprah Magazine Fall Pick; a One Book, One Community read; a B+ review in Entertainment Weekly; and one of the Librarians’ Best Books of 2011.