Huntress Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff is a thriller of my favorite kind. I love serial killers, but Alexandra takes me to an even better place. We have a female serial killer.
The beautiful cover makes me feel a sense of danger and I can hardly wait to get on the road.
Cover: Braun Haus Media, LLC / Photo: Lilkar
I am salivating at the thought of diving into Huntress Moon, a thriller with a female serial killer. I love to read about serial killers, but a female one is very rare. I am ready to be wowed.
FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke’s spidey senses were tingling. Is it intuition, a cop’s experience honed to pick up subtle vibes, or something more?
He was meeting an undercover agent when he saw her. She stood out…reeked of danger…and as the pieces come together, he is hot on her trail.
Roarke could’ve run the division, but he preferred the autonomy of choosing his own cases, running his own investigations. His work is his life.
Life comes full circle for Roarke and I see why he is drawn to her. I am drawn to her.
She is damaged, in a way that makes me want ‘normal’ for her. But it can’t be. Is she a good killer? A bad killer? Is there such a thing as a good one? Does she save lives even as she takes them? I am ambivalent, seesawing back and forth…
My feelings are all over the place. I am not a black and white, good and bad type of person. I feel a lot of life is filled with gray areas. But, I do have lines that define right and wrong. My big problem is…I love the villain.
The creative approach that Alexandra Sokoloff took with the storyline had this playing out in my mind like a movie script. I was continually amazed at the killers boldness and ability to hide in plain sight. But…we know that can’t go on forever.
I worry for the father and the boy. How callous and cruel is she? How far will she go?
The feeling of doom hangs over me, I fear for their lives. After all, she is a serial killer and will do whatever is necessary to get away.
I love a great villain but what happens when the villain is the victim? Of course aren’t all criminals victims, or they wouldn’t be so damaged to begin with. Their past does not excuse their present. I can’t see how this will end in a way I want, because I’m rooting for her.
How long can she go on? When will Roarke catch her, because we know he has to…
I never guessed it. I love it and I hate it! I must have more.
AND…you will need the next book.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Huntress Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff.