I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review.
Alright so as soon as I read the blurb I knew this was going to have to be good. I was right. Iris left the FBI after a traumatizing event that she can not get over. Pills, insomnia, alcohol makes for a terrible combination but it works for Iris. So when she hears about the Woodsman and his latest victim it peaks her interest a bit. We see how Iris and her ex partner Luke come together to put the Woodsman behind bars. It was amazing to see how Iris's mind worked when profiling the killer and actually putting clues together. It was like this case is what she needed to move forward in her life though it was hard for her to put the past and Hayden in the past.
This book was simply an amazing read once I started I could not put it down. It had plenty of action, mystery and it all went at a steady pace. I do hope to have more of Iris and her amazing ability to profile.