For Detective Roland March, his latest case has become personal. March doesn't know the young female who was stabbed to death, but he thinks he recognizes the crime scene. Nearly ten years ago, March gained national fame as the subject of a true-crime book. But now this crime scene bears eerie similarities to that one. And whispers begin to emerge that March may have put the wrong man behind bars.
Worse, Houston may now have a serial killer on the loose. As more cases emerge that seem connected, and threats against March and those closest to him build, he must solve the case--rescuing not only the city but his own reputation as a homicide cop.
I really liked this book. Truthfully, I didn't expect to like it. And, it's a lot to take in. I had to concentrate while reading it to remember the different characters and how they fit into to whole story, but it was worth the brain power. It was gritty and interesting and believable. I look forward to the next book in the series!