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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|Number of Pages||:||294 pages|
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It Ends with Her Reviews
"It Ends with Her" is about two people and their obsession with each other. FBI Special Agent Clarke Sinclair was involved in chasing serial killer Simon Cross with the help of her partner FBI Special Agent Sam Gallagher. However, finding Simon Cross was not as easy as Clarke and Sam thought after he changed his pattern by taking two girls together. The readers of It Ends With Her will continue to follow the twists and turns of FBI Special Agent Clarke Sinclair and FBI Special Agent Sam Gallaghe ...more
IT ENDS WITH HER
I usually love thrillers, this book has a lot of action-a scavenger hunt, and a couple of very determined FBI agents. The plot was good, my problem with the book was the characters. Both Sam and Clarke seemed incomplete, and not very likeable. When I love a book, it is because of the characters- this book not so much.
This novel was a KIndle First Read selection and it was a good one. It is a thriller told from 3 alternating POVs. The story revolves around 2 FBI agents - Clarke and Sam who have spent years being lead across country in search of a serial killer who leaves clues and messages for them in a twisted scavenger hunt. The only commonality is that he selects redheads who are contemplating leaving abusive relationships. There are plenty of twists and turns and as the story delves deeper into the backst ...more
I really enjoyed this psychological thriller. Most of the twists and turns were not giant "aha" moments. They were easy to see coming, but that didn't distract from the great plot and honest gritty characters. I read this entire book in one sitting, so I don't agree that it was slow at all. I was really impressed with the pacing. Having it switch from certain POVs and certain times, really fueled the story instead of confusing it which so many other books do. I highly recommend this one!
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’m not sure whether the major obvious detail means I should give this book 4 or 5 stars. I also started reading this book after finishing the best book of 2018, so my viewpoints may be slightly skewed in that regard.
I found this book slightly hard to focus on. I often found myself having to reread paragraphs, and sometimes pages after my mind had wandered.
Despite that, this book is really quite well done. I enjoyed the give and take between characters, but kind of hated Clarke. I don’t kno ...more
It kept me intrigued and I couldn’t put it down for the most part. The ending irritated me a bit.
This story is told through three different perspectives, Clarke, Bess, and Adelaide. While normally I find books that are told from different perspectives to be a little too much Brianna Labuskes blended everything together nicely.
Clarke is an FBI agent with a rocky past. It was her flashbacks that kept the story interesting. She finds herself chasing down a serial killer and trying to save the lives of the victims. I actually found the killer lacking depth. There were definitely some dark scen ...more