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Jilted brides-to-be wind up with more than broken hearts... "One hellish, fast-paced creep show that demanded my attention..." -Tammy's Tea Time The perfect book for fans of Allison Brennan, JT Ellison, Catherine Coulter, and Blake Pierce and readers who love serial-killer thrillers. FBI Agent Brandon Fisher and his team with the Behavioral Analysis Unit are off to Grand Fork Jilted brides-to-be wind up with more than broken hearts... "One hellish, fast-paced creep show that demanded my attention..." -Tammy's Tea Time The perfect book for fans of Allison Brennan, JT Ellison, Catherine Coulter, and Blake Pierce and readers who love serial-killer thrillers. FBI Agent Brandon Fisher and his team with the Behavioral Analysis Unit are off to Grand Forks, North Dakota, when the body of a woman is found in her bathtub, dressed in a wedding gown with her ring finger severed. It's the first day of summer, and an exact year ago, another woman was discovered the same way. Her case went cold, but with the recent murder, the FBI believes they're looking for a serial killer, so they reopen the case. Finding a connection between the women is proving elusive, and with a killer who starts to spiral out of control, that's only making the trail more difficult to follow. And failure is not an option. If Brandon and his team don't catch up to the killer, the bloodbath will continue to overflow. Blue Baby is a creepy psychological thriller that will have readers turning the pages to unravel every twist. It will also have readers looking differently at how they define their own happiness. Buy this international bestselling book today and hunt a serial killer alongside the FBI! Join the hundreds of thousands of readers who have already taken the plunge into a series that will take you into the minds of the most heinous and disturbing serial killers the world could ever imagine. It doesn't matter if this is the first book you're reading in the Brandon Fisher FBI series or not; all the books stand alone! What readers say about Blue Baby: ★★★★★ "This was a serial killer like no other story I have encountered." ★★★★★ "The author does a stunning job of giving us a realistic look into police procedures." ★★★★★ "FBI mayhem at its best." ★★★★★ "Another Arnold novel I couldn't put down." ★★★★★ "One twist after another." ★★★★★ "Very entertaining." ★★★★★ "This author never disappoints!" ★★★★★ "Fantastic read." ★★★★★ "Awesome story, the characters are compelling, the story line well-constructed." ★★★★★ "This was a tense, exciting adventure from start to finish." ★★★★★ "Twists and turns." ★★★★★ "I loved this book!" ★★★★★ "Very suspenseful! A book that keeps you on edge to the end." ★★★★★ "Perfect pace and perfect character development. [Arnold's] on my must-read list!" ★★★★★ "Outstanding read."


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Jilted brides-to-be wind up with more than broken hearts... "One hellish, fast-paced creep show that demanded my attention..." -Tammy's Tea Time The perfect book for fans of Allison Brennan, JT Ellison, Catherine Coulter, and Blake Pierce and readers who love serial-killer thrillers. FBI Agent Brandon Fisher and his team with the Behavioral Analysis Unit are off to Grand Fork Jilted brides-to-be wind up with more than broken hearts... "One hellish, fast-paced creep show that demanded my attention..." -Tammy's Tea Time The perfect book for fans of Allison Brennan, JT Ellison, Catherine Coulter, and Blake Pierce and readers who love serial-killer thrillers. FBI Agent Brandon Fisher and his team with the Behavioral Analysis Unit are off to Grand Forks, North Dakota, when the body of a woman is found in her bathtub, dressed in a wedding gown with her ring finger severed. It's the first day of summer, and an exact year ago, another woman was discovered the same way. Her case went cold, but with the recent murder, the FBI believes they're looking for a serial killer, so they reopen the case. Finding a connection between the women is proving elusive, and with a killer who starts to spiral out of control, that's only making the trail more difficult to follow. And failure is not an option. If Brandon and his team don't catch up to the killer, the bloodbath will continue to overflow. Blue Baby is a creepy psychological thriller that will have readers turning the pages to unravel every twist. It will also have readers looking differently at how they define their own happiness. Buy this international bestselling book today and hunt a serial killer alongside the FBI! Join the hundreds of thousands of readers who have already taken the plunge into a series that will take you into the minds of the most heinous and disturbing serial killers the world could ever imagine. It doesn't matter if this is the first book you're reading in the Brandon Fisher FBI series or not; all the books stand alone! What readers say about Blue Baby: ★★★★★ "This was a serial killer like no other story I have encountered." ★★★★★ "The author does a stunning job of giving us a realistic look into police procedures." ★★★★★ "FBI mayhem at its best." ★★★★★ "Another Arnold novel I couldn't put down." ★★★★★ "One twist after another." ★★★★★ "Very entertaining." ★★★★★ "This author never disappoints!" ★★★★★ "Fantastic read." ★★★★★ "Awesome story, the characters are compelling, the story line well-constructed." ★★★★★ "This was a tense, exciting adventure from start to finish." ★★★★★ "Twists and turns." ★★★★★ "I loved this book!" ★★★★★ "Very suspenseful! A book that keeps you on edge to the end." ★★★★★ "Perfect pace and perfect character development. [Arnold's] on my must-read list!" ★★★★★ "Outstanding read."

30 review for Blue Baby

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    "I just want to be happy." ........ A 3.5 star read. A genuinely entertaining read with characters that are flawed in a very real way. Still, I can't help but feel this is a poor man's Criminal Minds.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jayasree B

    What was thought to be a murder mystery was more one guy's monologue on his commitment phobia, including his marriage, divorce, affairs and subsequent relationships. There was too much Brandon and this took away the thrill of the book. And that was disappointing. It could have been a better read. For the entire review, visit Frost At Midnite. What was thought to be a murder mystery was more one guy's monologue on his commitment phobia, including his marriage, divorce, affairs and subsequent relationships. There was too much Brandon and this took away the thrill of the book. And that was disappointing. It could have been a better read. For the entire review, visit Frost At Midnite.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Oxier

    Nice read This was a good mystery that kept me turning the pages until the end. The story involves a serial killer who dresses his victims in a wedding gown and poses them in the bathtub. A group of FBI agents known as The White Knights are called in to investigate. I enjoyed the plot but the characters were what made it happen for me. Jack, Brandon, Zach, and Paige each possessed their own set of skills that combined to make them successful. Together they work to ferret out the guilty party and Nice read This was a good mystery that kept me turning the pages until the end. The story involves a serial killer who dresses his victims in a wedding gown and poses them in the bathtub. A group of FBI agents known as The White Knights are called in to investigate. I enjoyed the plot but the characters were what made it happen for me. Jack, Brandon, Zach, and Paige each possessed their own set of skills that combined to make them successful. Together they work to ferret out the guilty party and bring him to justice. Very well written. I recommend to anyone who likes a good whodunit!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vickie Sarmina

    Special Agent Brandon Fisher receives a message from his ex-lover, partner, Paige — to suit up and be ready to travel within minutes to Grand Forks, North Dakota. The FBI Team, which comprised of Senior Special Agent Jack Harper, Zachary Miles, and Paige Dawson, have been alerted to a murder that looks like a serial killing. They find the body of a female, Tara Day, in her wedding dress in the bathtub with her wedding ring finger severed and laid out on her dress. She is beautifully made up and Special Agent Brandon Fisher receives a message from his ex-lover, partner, Paige — to suit up and be ready to travel within minutes to Grand Forks, North Dakota. The FBI Team, which comprised of Senior Special Agent Jack Harper, Zachary Miles, and Paige Dawson, have been alerted to a murder that looks like a serial killing. They find the body of a female, Tara Day, in her wedding dress in the bathtub with her wedding ring finger severed and laid out on her dress. She is beautifully made up and looks like she is smiling in her sleep. She was killed by compressive asphyxiation. The killer sits on the victim and their arms and then sits on their solar plexus. Apparently there was another murder with the same MO, exactly the same day one year earlier. Both females lived within minutes of each other, and both were engaged. They both frequented the same bar, were very pretty, and were described as very flirty and needy in having to be in a relationship with a man. Within a week there is another murder with the same MO. The killer is escalating in his time span for the killings. This type of killing definitely seemed to be very personal to the murderer. Who is he or she? What could be so personal that the murderer would kill these young women? Will they find him before he kills another unsuspecting victim? How is he connected to these victims? They seem to know him, or he would not be invited into their homes. The FBI Team work with the local PD for days on uncovering clues into each of the victims lives, interviewing ex-fiancés, friends, colleagues, and their parents. The clock is ticking. Can they stop another murder, when they are having a hard time figuring out who this person is? This is a very fast-paced book. The law enforcement procedures keep the reader glued to the pages. The plot is great filled with consistent mystery. The development of the characters is great as well. The author portrays everyone’s strengths, weaknesses, and faults, so the reader can really relate to them and what they are dealing with in the book. I really enjoyed this book very much and am looking forward to the next book by Carolyn Arnold!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Antigone Walsh

    Although the killer is interesting the FBI team consists of some of the mostg annoying characters ever. Brandon the newbie is just aggravating. He thinks he is a real stud muffin having had an affair with the older beautiful member of his steam. The rest of the team is pretty much a riff on Criminal Minds. It is populated with self centered know it alls. The other law enforcement officers include yet another love interest for Brandon's jilted lover as well as the usual resentful territorial cop. Although the killer is interesting the FBI team consists of some of the mostg annoying characters ever. Brandon the newbie is just aggravating. He thinks he is a real stud muffin having had an affair with the older beautiful member of his steam. The rest of the team is pretty much a riff on Criminal Minds. It is populated with self centered know it alls. The other law enforcement officers include yet another love interest for Brandon's jilted lover as well as the usual resentful territorial cop. the dialogue is trite and thereare too many info dumps. I slogged through it but wasn't impressed.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jeannie

    Good book This book was good but wasn’t thrilling. It just didn’t have the page turning excitement in it. Just my opinion though.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. I’ve read quite a few of Carolyn Arnold’s books including On the Count of Three, the latest in the Brandon Fisher series. I like Carolyn Arnold’s characters and Brandon Fisher is one of my favorites. I’ve been hoping to find the time to read the rest of the books in her series in order but since I received this one for free, I went ahead and read it. The more I I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. I’ve read quite a few of Carolyn Arnold’s books including On the Count of Three, the latest in the Brandon Fisher series. I like Carolyn Arnold’s characters and Brandon Fisher is one of my favorites. I’ve been hoping to find the time to read the rest of the books in her series in order but since I received this one for free, I went ahead and read it. The more I read, the more I get to know the characters. Each book is a standalone, but I like to read a series in order when I can. Brandon Fisher works for the BAU with the FBI and this is a tough case. Some of the team members are having personal issues as well. This serial killer wants to help women find “happiness” and he has decided that the way to happiness for some women is to murder them to release them from their sadness in this world. Will they be able to track him down before he kills again? The team has a lot of clues to follow, especially since one of the murders was a year ago. They meet up often to keep each other up-to-date and to theorize about the killer as well as what circumstances may have occurred to make him/her a serial killer. There are a few suspects, a lot of twists, and a good ending. I like Carolyn Arnold’s writing whether it’s a cozy mystery or a grizzly FBI thriller or something in between. Her writing flows well and her characters are realistic. If you like murder mysteries and/or if you like the TV show Criminal Minds, you should like the Brandon Fisher series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    Slow Build This book of the 6-part series was a little slow and I struggled to stay awake while reading bits of it. Compared to the other books so far, this one doesn't contain the intensity and dread to the degree that keeps your attention span. I found my mind wandering a bit and before I knew it, I had fallen asleep. I had to go backwards in my Kindle 3 times because I fell asleep during the auto reading feature which went to the end each time while I was oblivious. Lol. The plot is good, but Slow Build This book of the 6-part series was a little slow and I struggled to stay awake while reading bits of it. Compared to the other books so far, this one doesn't contain the intensity and dread to the degree that keeps your attention span. I found my mind wandering a bit and before I knew it, I had fallen asleep. I had to go backwards in my Kindle 3 times because I fell asleep during the auto reading feature which went to the end each time while I was oblivious. Lol. The plot is good, but as in book 2...the character development seems labored and sparse. We do see shades of personalities, but the meat of our main characters seems like an unending cliffhanger which is frustrating at times. Still, there are clever elements such as the killer's identity being mixed up and the explanations of some criminal investigative techniques. Pretty good and I will continue on to book 5.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    Rating 2.6 It’s been exactly a year since Cheryl Bradley was found dead in her bathtub, dressed in a wedding gown with her ring finger severed. With no leads and no more evidence, the case had gone cold. That is, until another young woman is found murdered and posed in the same fashion. Now, FBI agent Brandon Fisher and his team have been called in to catch the killer before another innocent life is taken. As Brandon begins to pull at every possible loose thread, the idea that the killer’s method Rating 2.6 It’s been exactly a year since Cheryl Bradley was found dead in her bathtub, dressed in a wedding gown with her ring finger severed. With no leads and no more evidence, the case had gone cold. That is, until another young woman is found murdered and posed in the same fashion. Now, FBI agent Brandon Fisher and his team have been called in to catch the killer before another innocent life is taken. As Brandon begins to pull at every possible loose thread, the idea that the killer’s method of operation is all that connects the women begins to unravel. This serial killer isn’t just out for blood; this is a murderer on a mission. Unfortunately the players are bad: Criminal Minds braniac meets NCIS lab/IT expert and the two other FBI BAU players dwell on their pitiful love lifes. The side stories waste too much time and is just plain sappy.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Naznin Azeez

    I am a huge fan of the show Criminal Minds and this book felt like a detailed episode straight out of that. One of the main things I love about this genre is profiling and behaviour analysis. The author does a stunning job of giving us a realistic look into police procedures & such. Brandon Fisher is an interesting guy to get to know. The same goes for the rest of the FBI team members - Jack (the leader), Zack (the seniour profiler) & Paige (a very strong female character & also ex lover of Brand I am a huge fan of the show Criminal Minds and this book felt like a detailed episode straight out of that. One of the main things I love about this genre is profiling and behaviour analysis. The author does a stunning job of giving us a realistic look into police procedures & such. Brandon Fisher is an interesting guy to get to know. The same goes for the rest of the FBI team members - Jack (the leader), Zack (the seniour profiler) & Paige (a very strong female character & also ex lover of Brandon). Some criminals, especially serial killers keep doing crimes because they have their own justification. From their viewpoint, they are right. Getting to know what drives them is pretty intriguing. Overall, loved this story coz it offers everything I want in a good mystery.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    Blue Baby - a review by Rosemary Kenny FBI trainee Brandon Fisher is close to becoming a full Agent when he's assigned to work with one of his exes, Paige, as part of her team investigating what seems like a resurrected cold case, that could be named The Brides in the Bath Case, if it were an episode of Columbo. However Carolyn Arnold, the Queen of Night Terrors is far too sophisticated a writer to be trite and tell a trivial tale. Instead Blue Baby, Book 4 in the Brandon Fisher FBI series is a ri Blue Baby - a review by Rosemary Kenny FBI trainee Brandon Fisher is close to becoming a full Agent when he's assigned to work with one of his exes, Paige, as part of her team investigating what seems like a resurrected cold case, that could be named The Brides in the Bath Case, if it were an episode of Columbo. However Carolyn Arnold, the Queen of Night Terrors is far too sophisticated a writer to be trite and tell a trivial tale. Instead Blue Baby, Book 4 in the Brandon Fisher FBI series is a riveting, edge-of -your-seat psychological thriller that you won't want to put down til you've finished it!! Get your copy today - and sleep with the lights on if you're nervous!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne

    Might as well be an old rerun of Criminal Justice I gave this story a fair chance. Read thirty chapters. Went to sleep 4 times. At least you could come up with your own names for the BAU. There was no life in the characters. All a bunch of whiney losers. The two many characters are low life skanky slugs. One cheating on his wife the skank pretending she's a decent person. Passing judgment on everyone else while she's ????? a married man. He's just as bad a low life piece of poop. Very drolll, ju Might as well be an old rerun of Criminal Justice I gave this story a fair chance. Read thirty chapters. Went to sleep 4 times. At least you could come up with your own names for the BAU. There was no life in the characters. All a bunch of whiney losers. The two many characters are low life skanky slugs. One cheating on his wife the skank pretending she's a decent person. Passing judgment on everyone else while she's ????? a married man. He's just as bad a low life piece of poop. Very drolll, just words on paper. Nothing worth mentioning about them. Even the characters were taken from the TV show. Pretty pathetic.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Walker

    They are pulled in so many directions yet will it all become clear Four FBI agents in the trail of a “mercy killer” He thought he was helping make them find happiness well that’s was his excuse Jack the boss was a good leader but something was off, Paige the only woman on the team and Brandons ex and Zach the killer liked to pose his victims in a bathtub in a wedding dress and fully made up his trade mark was he cut off the ring finger? It’s a good mystery with twists and turns and with the stor They are pulled in so many directions yet will it all become clear Four FBI agents in the trail of a “mercy killer” He thought he was helping make them find happiness well that’s was his excuse Jack the boss was a good leader but something was off, Paige the only woman on the team and Brandons ex and Zach the killer liked to pose his victims in a bathtub in a wedding dress and fully made up his trade mark was he cut off the ring finger? It’s a good mystery with twists and turns and with the stories of grit own personal lives in the mix it makes it a natural story I recommend this book which can lead you to other stories that might come along

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary C Platter

    When characters have more than 1 identity, it makes the work for the FBI even more difficult. This was a serial killer like no other story I have encountered. Carolyn Arnold uses the murders to build more personal details in her characters that make up this FBI BAU unit. It made you question whether the person was really who they say they are. It gave warnings to the dangers of dating in this time. Knock out drugs, gang rape, transgender, homosexuality. Social Media and dating sights that seems When characters have more than 1 identity, it makes the work for the FBI even more difficult. This was a serial killer like no other story I have encountered. Carolyn Arnold uses the murders to build more personal details in her characters that make up this FBI BAU unit. It made you question whether the person was really who they say they are. It gave warnings to the dangers of dating in this time. Knock out drugs, gang rape, transgender, homosexuality. Social Media and dating sights that seems so innocent, yet secret snooping happens. Very well written.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paul Fussner

    FBI mayhem at it's best I gave this novel 5 stars only because a higher rating isn't an option! I'm hooked on Arnold,s uncanny ability to create literary excellence in everything she writes. By the end of the first paragraph I new this was going to be another one of the many great creations skillfully crafted by this author, if you like a good FBI procedural novel you should give this author a look. Warning don't start a novel by Arnold unless you're planning on staying up late reading, you'll wo FBI mayhem at it's best I gave this novel 5 stars only because a higher rating isn't an option! I'm hooked on Arnold,s uncanny ability to create literary excellence in everything she writes. By the end of the first paragraph I new this was going to be another one of the many great creations skillfully crafted by this author, if you like a good FBI procedural novel you should give this author a look. Warning don't start a novel by Arnold unless you're planning on staying up late reading, you'll won't want to put her books down!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Claudete Takahashi

    An interesting story about a serial killer who believes in his wicked mind that he is bringing everlasting happiness to the women he believes are suffering. The plot is well constructed and the leads keep on growing and bringing the agents nearer to the discovery of the killer. The interesting part is that as FBI profilers this group should be able to better read their partners reactions, still all of them have a lot to learn regarding profiling people. Brandon´s sarcastic remarks keep on coming An interesting story about a serial killer who believes in his wicked mind that he is bringing everlasting happiness to the women he believes are suffering. The plot is well constructed and the leads keep on growing and bringing the agents nearer to the discovery of the killer. The interesting part is that as FBI profilers this group should be able to better read their partners reactions, still all of them have a lot to learn regarding profiling people. Brandon´s sarcastic remarks keep on coming and putting a light edge on the book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This is a serial killer like no other story I have encountered. Carolyn Arnold uses the murders to build more personal details in her characters that make up this FBI BAU unit. It made you question whether the person was really who they say they are. It gave warning signs ti tge dangers of dating in this time. Knock out drugs, gang rape, transgender, homosexuality. Social Media and dating sites that seem so innocent, yet secret snooping happens. Very well written.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Black Butterfly

    I PRE-ORDERED THIS BECAUSE IT SOUNDED LIKE IT WOULD BE GOOD. NOT SO MUCH! WRITING STYLE WAS KIND OF CONFUSING TOO MANY CHARACTER’S THOUGHTS, JUMPS FROM ONE TO ANOTHER. IT DID SHOW THAT YOU CANNOT SEPARATE PERSONAL FROM PROFESSIONAL CAN’T BLURR THOSE LINES. I JUST DID NOT LIKE THAT IT HAD SO MANY PERSONAL PROBLEMS GOING ON, DISTRACTED FROM THE STORYLINE, WITH ALL THAT THE ENDING JUST FADED INTO THE BACKGROUND HAD LACK-LUSTER ENDING. :C

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Pomerleau

    The premise of the "brides" being found dead in a bathtub with their finger severed is intriguing. The story led us on a merry chase of suspects and more killings. The characters are interesting. I haven't read #2,3 in the series so wonder what happened to Paige and Brandon's relationship. Jack is a a character that is hard to get to know or even to like, but the rest of the team is great. I enjoyed this story and have #5,6 in my queue. But obviously I am going to need to find #2 and 3!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Keith McDonagh

    Good book The book was good, though I felt a better balance of the elements would have made it better. Most of the time is spent with the agents speculating about the killer; maybe he is this or that... Ironically, the profilers never actually develop a profile of the killer. Little time is given to the killings, and the ending is very quick. Still a good book, I'd give 3 1/2 to 4 stars.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    Couldn't put it down! This book is well written with the characters being appropriately developed. Although it is part of a series, it can stand alone. The sex was set up and then left to the imagination, for the most part, which is how I prefer it. I would have preferred a little more camaraderie within a team that works so closely together. Murder descriptions were graphic enough to say the reader should be mature.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kimberleigh

    Intelligent readers, don't waste your time. The actual crime wasn't bad. It was a pretty good plot, but the writing style was not for me. The author spelled out everything, to the point of repeating and summarizing what was just said. The characters were uninteresting and unlikable. I thought the author's name sounded familiar and discovered she writes the Madison Knight series that I found equally boring. I'm putting this author on my Do Not Read List.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gareth Ellzey

    Excellent mystery The interaction among the team is an important factor in this book, the first I have read in a series. Personally I was occasionally put off by the switching of points of view from Brandon, the protagonist, to the perpetrator to third person. The story carried me past that quibble. The depiction of the action was exceptional, and if you like Law & Order, you’ll enjoy this. Excellent mystery The interaction among the team is an important factor in this book, the first I have read in a series. Personally I was occasionally put off by the switching of points of view from Brandon, the protagonist, to the perpetrator to third person. The story carried me past that quibble. The depiction of the action was exceptional, and if you like Law & Order, you’ll enjoy this.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sonja Randall

    The story idea is brilliant. I found the story intriguing, especially the killer’s point of view on life and the role he thinks he plays in the lives of his victims. The Brandon character is annoying. The team dynamics was disappointing, they do not gel and tip-toed around each other instead of focussing on the crimes and find the killer. The profilers solved the crime without developing a profile of the killer!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    I love all books by Carolyn Arnold. This was another great one about FBI agent Brandon. They are looking for a killer that dresses the victims in a wedding dress and cuts off their ring finger. Paige and Brandon have issues to work out regarding their past relationship. Jack is distracted by a personal matter. Let the hunt begin.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Uwe

    The story was actually good, but I was disappointed with the characters and their behaviour or better, how it was written. Members of such a special FBI team would never behave like Brandon or Paige did. Not as a private person and definately not as an agent. I thought it a bit childish how the story was told and the fact that it is often written from Brandons perspective brings some confusion.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia A

    The Happy Murderer FBI profiler, Brandon Fisher, realizes that he has serial killer that dresses up his victims in a wedding dress, places them in the tub, applies make-up, puts a ring on her finger, and proceeds to cut off that finger. Can he find the killer before another murder occurs?

  28. 5 out of 5

    angela yargus

    Almost perfection The writer knows procedure! But, there is a sense throughout the book that takes away from the smooth lines of the story.. Knowing about the proper procedure gets in the way of the BBC suspense, so, although an enjoyable read, had to give this a four star rating.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Johnnie Macari donnachie

    No wedding blues Good twisting plot with a misplaced sense of happiness. The main FBI characters all have a story to tell and this unwind as you turn the pages. It's difficult to tell what's more important to the storyline, their lives or solving the crime, all of which makes it enjoyable read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robin Hansen

    I just want to be happy Warped sentiments led him to believe that he was not a killer, but his job required him to make others happy. Carolyn hinted early in book to murderer and as the pieces built up, it was a scramble to reread the front. Excellent. Love her books because the bad guy does not win and justice is served. Paige and Sam, beautiful.

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