Throw Away Girls The Jaycee Wilder Series, Book 1 by Jennifer Vaughn

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Description:

Hard-charging, insightful, and ambitious, Jaycee Wilder wants to take her TV news career to the next level. The Los Angeles reporter is hungry for the big story. When dead girls begin to pile up at seedy nightclubs that cater to whimsical, fetish-seeking strangers, Jaycee suspects a serial killer is at work. She aligns herself with an east coast cop trying to resurrect himself- and his once stellar career- from a drunken skid. The killer lives a normal life during the day, while hunting the Throw Away Girls at night, punishing them for their dark urges. He leaves messages behind in his victims’ blood, his explanation for enacting such brutal, twisted justice upon the unworthy. He watches the media coverage. He knows the wily reporter is chasing him. As Jaycee follows her gut, and the evidence, she forces him to act. But when a killer is clever and cunning, he can infiltrate anywhere. Jaycee must utilize all her skills to expose him before he gets to her first.

This book comes out July 15th.

My Review:

What was great about this book was that it was such a well-written mystery. I 
loved the character Jaycee and her boyfriend Van, they were a great a real couple 
and I enjoyed reading their story. I also enjoyed the killer's character and didn't
 figure it out until their reveal and I enjoyed that. I look forward to the next
 book in this series as I was hooked from this book. I also enjoyed the first 
killing in the book, to see from the perspective of the victim was chilling and so
 well written. I would recommend this to fans of the mystery genre and anyone that
 likes a good murder mystery.

5 out of 5 stars

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