Review: If It Walks like a Killer

If It Walks Like A Killer (The Carolina Killer Files #1)If It Walks Like A Killer by Kiersten Modglin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The lives of Caide and Rachel Abbot look perfect, but as they say looks can be deceiving. From all accounts the two were college sweethearts, but beneath that facade is a marriage of convenience. Rachel is a wonderful mother to their two children, but her marriage is falling apart around her – no thanks to Caide’s long working hours and his possible mistress. When Caide’s co-worker is found bludgeoned to death at their work’s ladies room, he finds himself a suspect, but tables are soon turned and all the evidence is pointing to Rachel. Could Rachel have been capable of committing this crime out of anger? She swears up and down she’s innocent, and the only person in her corner is her lawyer but can he keep his emotions out of the trial?

This story really had me guessing! It was one of those books that once it hooked me I had to stay up to finish to know what had happened. Kudos to Ms. Modglin for creating such a thrilling book! The book is told through multiple viewpoints, which was used to its advantage. There were a couple times a random person narrated that took me out of the book, but these were short chapters and didn’t affect the story much. I rated this book four out of five stars and would definetly read more!

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