TWO NIGHTS by Kathy Reichs
Reichs drops Temperance Brennan for a new protagonist, or perhaps two. Sunday Night, a damaged woman who is former cop, former military, is fleeing her past. Then she is offered the chance to redeem herself and perhaps heal herself by finding a child kidnapped (or killed) during a terrorist attack. Darker than the Brennan books, Sunday is a compelling personality. You may find yourself reading just to discover Sunnie’s deepest secrets. Still, the mystery is worthy of Reichs’ considerable talent in plotting and characterization.
At the end of the book there are still questions to uncover leading one to anticipate a second (and third) outing for this detective.
5 of 5 stars