Review|Kill Me Twice

34741179Kill Me Twice

(Morgan Vine #2)

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating details ·  19 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Karl Savage is dead.

He must be. His ex, Anjelica, is in prison for murdering him in an arson attack. Multiple forensic experts testified to finding his charred remains.

So when Anjelica begs investigative journalist Morgan Vine to prove her innocence, it seems an impossible task. It doesn’t matter that Karl was abusive. That Anjelica has a baby to care for. That she’s petrified of fire. The whole world knows Karl is dead.

Then he walks past Morgan’s window . . .

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My Review

I did not realize this was a book two in the series, till after I read the book.  I can say you can read as a standalone, but it does end in a cliffhanger.  A small one.  This is the first book by Simon Booker that I have read.  It is written in Brit English and some of the words were unfamiliar to me.  I did enjoy the book.

In this second book in the series Morgan Vine is trying to prove the innocence of a young woman, named Angelica who is in prison for the murder of her ex-boyfriend Karl.  She claims that she is innocent and wants Morgan to help get her out.  When Morgan sees the same man who is supposed to be dead, she thinks it may be a hallucination.  Then things get even more complicated and Morgan must do anything she can to prove that Karl is not dead.  It could be her death if she does not figure things out and fast.

This book was a good thriller.  The characters are intense.  I was hoping things were going to work out for Morgan and the hot fire investigator named Ben.  Lissa, Morgan’s daughter has got some serious issues and I feel as if Morgan should have cut her loose.  She seems like a loose cannon about to explode at anytime and she may bring Morgan down in the cross-fire.  The story is steady paced and intriguing.  There were some moments that had me biting my nails.  If you are looking for a thriller and like British words, then you will enjoy this book.

*ARC provided by Netgalley and Bonnier Zaffre

I give this book stars small star 2 small star 2 small star 2 small star 2

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