ashes to ashes
The newspapers have dubbed him the Cremator. He has already claimed three lives and he won't stop there. He has a plan for greatness, only this time there is a witness. A teenage runaway with a dubious identity and a murky past, Angie DiMarco has seen the face of the killer in the flickering light of the funeral pyre. Now the police have Angie, but Angie isn't talking.
While I've read a few Tami Hoag books I've kind had a hit or miss sort of luck with them. I bought a bunch of her books after I read the first one I really liked, but then I read the one I didn't like and I wasn't too excited to start any other one.
But after years of sitting on my shelf I've decided to finally give them another shot. And I was pleasantly surprised. Much better than the not so great one I read, but I didn't quite get into it the way I did the first one!
It was really long. And for why, I'm not entirely sure. There were moments that dragged on, musings that seemed to muse for too long. But it was interesting enough to keep me entertained until the end. I have the next book Dust to Dust which features Kovac & Liska who were a little more than background characters in Ashes to Ashes.
And while it was interesting it was slightly predictable. I knew who the killer was and I figured out the connection between the killer and the witness, but still there were a few surprises that I won't spoil for you. All in all it was a good read!