Book Review: Tooth And Claw (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 4) by Thea Hartleycategories: Book, Murder, Mystery, Missing Oersons, Mutilation, Lycanthropy, Werewolf, Police, Psychology, Zoology, Forensics, Post-Mortem, Crime
Thea Hartleyabout this book: If you like psychology, you will LOVE this book.
If you like crime you ADORE this book.
If you like MYSTERY and SUSPENSE you will EMBRACE this book.
This is the fourth book featuringt Resa James, Criminal Psychologist. Although it is also a stand alone read.
The police are baffled when there are a spate of missing persons I and around the city. There is no sign of these people, they are of various ages and genders and have nothing in common.
What's more, they are just not the type to run away.
All investigations lead nowhere. It is as if they have vanished off the face of the earth.
Resa is brought in, and immediately looks for clues in their recent behaviour and lifestyles...but there are none.
She makes psychological profiles, but the only commonality seems to be that they went out of their houses and never came back!
Then...a big clue turns up, which is especially relevant to Resa as a psychologists, and she begins to get an insight into what has happened to these people and why.
THE ANSWER IS HORRIFYING!!!!!!!!!!!
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A gripping, tense psychological novelThis book was truly amazing. I did not guess the reason for the disappearance of all those unconnected people, and was truly stunned when it was revealed. I loved the links with a rare psychotic illness which was the basis for many supernatural myths. However, this book was not supernatural it was a very real possibility. A truly brilliant piece of work. [by Sharon James]
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