Eve Dallas searches in vain through most of the book for some hard evidence to reveal who is slashing the throats of high profile prominent women. It’s wonderful to watch her live with Roarke and get used to the fact that he’s there. She’s comfortable with Mavis but seems to frequently wonder why. Feeny is always there and is one of the few constants in her life.

I think the most revealing part of the book is when she asks herself. Who is Eve Dallas?
She’s really starting to remember what happened to her before she was found in the alley in Dallas and it truly frightens her as does her growing relationship with Dr. Mira, the Police psychologist.

I can’t wait for the next book!

Rating: A+

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