He started the game. Shell end it.FBI special agent Clarke Sinclair doesnt give up easily. Shes spent years tracking serial killer Simon Cross, forced to follow his twisted clues and photographs across the country. Clarke knows that Cross selects only redheaded women and that he doesnt target another victim until Clarke discovers the previous one.Hes never broken patternuntil now.A girl has already gone missing in upstate New York when a second one is kidnappeda blonde. The killers MO has changed, sending Clarke back to the drawing board. The closer she gets to the truth, the deeper shes drawn into an inescapable trap made just for Clarke. Whatever Crosss ultimate game is, it ends with her....
|Title||:||It Ends with Her|
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It Ends with Her Reviews
I wanted to like it more....
The twist at the end was great!
The journey getting there and the final destination were just so so, for me. I had a hard time with huge amount of emotions the main character portrayed, it was exhausting. The amount of tip toeing around the final reveal was arduous, as you have to get through 90% of book before you finally get that "ooooh that is why she is so________ the entirety of the book" moment. I wish we would have gotten to know Sam more because as the groundi ...more
It Ends With Her was a very interesting novel. It was murder mystery novel with an intriguing premise reminiscent of “Criminal Minds.” As the story unraveled, I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to be sympathetic with the main character (Sinclair) or not . . . at least until the end. I loved the character of Bess, though. Her fierce determination to rise out of her situation was a bright spot in a very dark and twisted plotline. I have to admit that I gasped aloud – yes, out loud, when I got to the ...more
Amazon First Reads - April 2018
It Ends with Her was okay, unfortunately it was nothing special. There are better and more original thrillers out there.
The author had a habit of putting flashbacks and the characters thoughts it italics. This is amateurish and annoying. There are slicker ways to incorporate these things without over-emphasising chunks of text.
It is obvious fairly early on who Clarke really is and what her connection to the serial killer is. One too many flashbacks and the ...more
At first I was up and down with this book, but then I got into it!
Clarke Sinclair is an FBI Agent with her friend Sam. They have been looking for the serial killer, Simon Cross for some years now.
Now he's back and sending things to Clarke. Will she be able to capture him this time before he kills another girl or girls?
This book has two POV's. One is in the present with Clarke. The second POV is of Simon and his past. It shows how he turned out the way he is; although I think it goes deeper th ...more
O could not put this novel down it is that good! I'm happy to have discovered B Labuskes i will be sure to read more books written by her☺
Serial Killer Plays Games With FBI Agents
The story has been told many times. Sam and Clarke (girl not boy) are on the hunt for a serial killer who kidnaps and murders red-headed females. Until now. This last one is blonde and the FBI agents are certain he still has the last red-head who has not been found. He has broken his pattern. Yes, he. They know who he is - Simon.
Sounds captivating right? Not so much. I was sick of hearing Clarke's inner thoughts and flashbacks before I got through half of ...more
I hate when reviewers say that a book is hard to review, but this one is because a review could ruin the plot and the many plot twists.
The book revolves around three characters Bess, Adelaide, and Clark. Clark is a FBI agent who is chasing a serial killer targeting curly redheaded females. The killer happens to be winning the game he is playing with Clark and the F.B.I.. The book is written in three distinct timelines, and switching between the three female characters. All three e ...more