A Stranger at the Door (A Rachel Marin Thriller Book 2)
Rachel Marin is doing well in her new life. Since catching a killer in the previous book, her new relationship is going great, as is her new career as a forensic consultant to the Ashby PD. In her family life, things aren’t so great, mostly due to her teenage son, Eric, who is struggling to deal with his problems. To make matters worse, one of Eric’s teachers is brutally murdered right after he sends an email to Rachel expressing the desire for her help with an issue involving some of his students. As she’s investigating, Eric gets recruited by a shady businessman and an old acquaintance shows up, threatening to expose her secrets. It could mean the end of the life that Rachel has built and also spell danger for all those she loves.
I loved the first Rachel Marin story; I liked this one less. Rachel is a great character, with her toughness and sarcastic manner, but she came off as a little bit less likable this time around. The actual plot was not explained very well. Overall, this book is an okay edition to the series, although readers should maybe stop at book one or just hope the next one’s better.
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|Page Count||362 pages|
|Publisher||Thomas & Mercer|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|