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Saturday, July 5, 2014

(60)Don't Talk to Strangers by Amanda Kyle Williams

Don't Talk to Strangers

Pages: 352

Publisher: Random House
Publication Date: July 1, 2014

Even though they went missing years apart, the bodies of two women have been discovered deep in the woods of Georgia.  Sheriff Ken Meltzer is smart enough to realize that his team cannot solve this crime and he knows that until this monster is caught the young women of his county are in danger.  So he calls Keye Street, as her reputations is known far and wide, but their reception is less than welcoming.  Keye doesn't care, though, she just wants to find this monster before he turns into a full-fledged serial killer. Then another girl doesn't make it home from school and Keye knows that time is running out. Will they be able to find Skylar before it is too late?

Don't Talk to Strangers was everything I love about a good mystery. The author does a great job of setting the scene, especially small town life.  Being that Keye is from Atlanta, the small town life was new for her and being the outsider in a small town is not all that fun of an experience. It was obvious that the only person who wanted Keye there was the Sheriff.  And oooh, their relationship was a bit inappropriate.  Those of you familiar with Keye Street knows that she has a significant other, so her attraction to the the good Sheriff is a bit illicit, but I won't give away whether she is naughty or not.  The author did a great job at keeping me guessing and even threw in a little twist at the end. 

Bottom line, a good mystery is the best way to break up a long weekend.  If you enjoy a good mystery, then Don't Talk to Strangers is one that you will surely enjoy.