A book review of Two Nights by Kathy Reichs. Post may contain affiliate links.
I know that I am never disappointed when I settle in to read anything from Kathy Reichs, so I was not surprised to find myself immediately drawn into Two Nights.
According to the blurb, Two Nights is a stand alone mystery. I hope that it will turn into a series, because I enjoyed the main character Sunday Night or Sunnie. She is tough, rising above a disastrous childhood.
There is a bombing at a school and a teenage girl is missing, assumed to be taken by the bombers. Sunnie is called in by the girl’s grandmother to find her. When the case gets even trickier, Sunnie gets help from her unusual twin brother, August.
There are some twists and turns, but the mystery flows along with Sunnie putting clues together. There is the usual witty one liners, very dry, that I love in police and forensic novels.
A good solid mystery, good character development, stayed up way too late reading!
I received an ARC copy.