“Two Nights” by Kathy Reichs

“Two Nights” by Kathy Reichs

I think this is the first time I’ve said this, but there’s a strong possibility that if you don’t read this book you will regret it. It’s that good. That being said, this not at all what you are used to from Kathy Reichs. This is a stand-alone story and has almost nothing to do with forensics. What this story does do is introduce us to a fabulous new character in the person of Sunday Night. She is former military, former cop, injured on the job, who has become rather reclusive. Then she can’t help but get drawn into the case of a missing teenager who may have kidnapped by a radical religious group after the murders of her mother and brother. Her grandmother enlists Sunday’s help in finding who is responsible for the deaths and whether her granddaughter is still alive. The story will take the reader from South Carolina to Chicago, L.A., Washington D.C., and Louisville, KY as Sunday tries to track down a band of radicals. Along the way she is joined by her brother Gus and encounters an assortment of law enforcement officials. Perhaps the most difficult part of this job for Sunday is that the circumstances she encounters bring up the demons of her past which she would rather keep suppressing but finds that is no longer possible.

Tough is an understatement when describing Sunday Night, she can be as ferocious as a mama bear, cautious almost to the point of paranoia, and as tenacious as a dog with a bone. I loved her! She operates right on the edge of the rules but always on the side of the victim. Her brother Gus is not as fully fleshed out as a character but he serves as a counterbalance to her tendency for knee-jerk reactions and he always has her back. The bad guys in this one are really bad and as a reader I felt that they got what they deserved. I found this book to be well researched and carefully crafted, nothing less than what I am used to from this author. There are plenty of thrills and the story moves along at a pretty rapid pace. Next time I’m in trouble, I’m putting Sunday Night on speed-dial. Don’t let this thriller pass you by!

Alinefromabook’s rating: 5-star-rating  5 stars!!

Happy Reading!

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