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  • 2 STARS

    As a reader, if an author's inability to reel me in to the story from the get-go, I mark it down as a failure. This novel was uninspiring, dull, and mediocre at best. There wasn't much to say about the characters. No one stood out and the romance aspect between Olivia and Will—I didn't buy it. I wasn't able to see the connection and would have thought they would have worked better as partners than romantic interests. To add on to that, let's talk about the plot. It just wasn't interesting enough to keep me intrigued and way too easy to determine the person behind the gruesome murders hence the skimming. I'm almost too ashamed to admit how much skimming there was. The storyline was drawn out and quite boring, and it just wasn't a decent whodunnit mystery thriller to me. It's hard to put it into words but there was that something something lacking that could've made this an exponential read. Sadly with the lack of positives going on with this novel, I am not driven enough to continue with the series.

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  • Great start to a series

    Watch her Vanish is a cant miss mystery in Ellery A. Kane new series Rockwell and Decker. The author creates a small town that reader will be able to connect with as well the the troubles Criminal Psychologist Olivia Rockwell comes across she she is desperately trying to find her sister. While Watch Her Vanish is a "Who Don it" Instead of using a clue like format they author uses the different characters who work alone until they are unable to more forward. Readers might figure out quickly the connections and why the person is murdering the women. Yet its the story and not the easily figured out murder that will keep readers connected. Rocker and Decker series is the start of a new mystery series that readers can not miss out on. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy of Elery A Kane Watch her Vanish.

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  • Grappig thriller

    A good thriller to spend a couple of hours with. Deck is a former SF police officer now stationed in Fog Harbor where a serial killer seems to be on the loose. All evidence starts pointing to Drake Devere, a convicted killer who published a book about a man in jail who continued to kill. Psychologist Olivia Riley works at the jail and gets caught up in the case as well...meanwhile battling her feelings for Deck and trying to keep her jailed father with connections to a gang a secret. This book has many plotlines, intrigue and secrets..many people with double agenda's and it kept my interest to what, exactly, was happening in that jail. The push and pull between Deck and Olivia was getting on my nerves about halfway into the book....either do it or stop talking/thinking about is so much. But that's my only real issue...I enjoyed the read and will be on the look out for the second book in this series. *** An ARC was provided by Netgalley in exchange for a honest review ***

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  • Very Involved Mystery!

    Definitely a 'whodunnit' - thing is, I couldn't quite work out who! Olivia Rockwell has returned to Fog Harbor in California to be close to her sister. The local state prison, Crescent Bay, provides a lot of employment locally, including Olivia who is a psychologist there. When another employee's missing body is found, all the evidence leads to Olivia's most serious inmate - but how can it have anything to do with him while he's safely locked up 24/7? Olivia wants to believe the system works - after all, it's kept her father safely locked away for a number of years - and embarks on her own investigation but locks horns with Detective Will Decker, who is officially dealing with her colleague's death. Surely there must be a plausible explanation - but who will find it first? A well-plotted mystery, full of secrets but ending up with everything clearly laid out but I would have liked it to be just a bit sharper, grabbing my focus instead of just asking for it. The story is good but it didn't set my pulse racing, unfolding at it's own pace until it's all explained by the last page. It'll be interesting to see where this series heads next though, and I'll certainly watch out for the next book. Sometimes, it just takes the first one to set it all up. Four stars for this one.

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  • Great start to a new series, good read

    This is a good read. Olivia Rockwell is a Psychologist who returned to Fog Harbour, California to keep an eye on her younger sister, Emily. She is in charge of the Mental Health unit at Crescent Bay State Prison. But she has secrets that she wants no one to find out. Detective Will Decker has also moved to Fog Harbour from the San Francisco Police Department, in the hope of getting his career back on track, but why did he have to leave SFPD in the first place? It seems he has secrets as well. Now women who work at the prison are being murdered, why? The story is filled with a mix of characters some nice and some not so nice, could the Murderer be one of the inmates from the prison? things start off looking that way, but is that too obvious? How would a prisoner in a maximum security facility be able to get out to kill people in the first place? Drake Devere is in prison for murdering women, plus he has written a fiction book about a serial killer escaping and killing, could someone be setting him up? The tension gradually ramps up as the story develops Deck working hard to catch the killer, and Olivia is also determined to find the truth. Leading to an explosive conclusion. Will initially isn’t keen on Olivia, and it seems the feeling is mutual but gradually the walls start to break down between the two, and a different attraction begins. This is a good crime thriller, mystery thriller, psychological thriller, if you like any of those I would say you will enjoy this, there is some clever plotting, a good mix of characters to love and hate, a bit of romance. I would like to thank #netgalley and #Bookouture for an eARC of this in exchange for an honest, fair and unbiased review.

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