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Cuts Like a Knife by M.K. Gilroy
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Jun 11, 2012

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bookshelves: mystery-suspense, netgalley
Read from November 14 to 23, 2011

Detective Krtisten Conner of the Chicago Police is hot on the trail of a serial killer known as the Cutter Shark, who's been targeting young women with successful careers. Either helped or hindered by her firey temper (depending on how you look at it), she is determined to bring the killer to justice despite interference from her mother, two sisters, and a guy she just met at her church who just does not seem to take no for an answer.

A fast-moving read with feisty Kristen very believeable. Is is easy to relate with her in her dealings with her "helicopter" family who really mean well but whom Kristen often finds annoying. The Christian bent has a strong presence but not too overbearig. A satisfying read for those wanting fast-paced suspense but don't want the graphic sex scenes often found in other suspense novels; nothing of the sort is found here.
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