My Review:New York Times bestselling author Laura Griffin “delivers another top-notch thriller" (RT Book Reviews) in her beloved Tracers series, about a leading forensic anthropologist who uncovers eerie clues in a high-stakes case that threatens to deliver her to the doorstep of a cold-blooded murderer.
When local rock climbers stumble upon abandoned human bones in a remote Texas gorge, Sara Lockhart is the first to get the call. She has a reputation as one of the nation’s top forensic anthropologists, and police detective Nolan Hess knows she is just the expert he needs to help unravel this case. Although evidence is scarce, Nolan suspects the bones belong to a teenage climber who vanished last summer.
But as Sara unearths strange clues, she finds chilling similarities to a case from her past—a case that now threatens to rock Nolan’s community. While Sara digs deep for answers, the stakes rise higher as another young woman disappears without a trace. Investigators work against the clock as Sara races to discover the truth, even if her harrowing search brings her face to face with a stone-cold killer.
With her signature breathless pacing and suspenseful twists and turns, Stone Cold Heart demonstrates why “Laura Griffin never fails to put me on the edge of my seat” .
Stone Cold Heart comes out later this month on March 26, 2019, you can purchase HERE! You can definitely read this book as a standalone if you haven't read the rest of the series but it is really good!!
She thought of what Maisy had said about the friction between Kaylin and her boyfriend. Sara could relate. Sara's job had been a battleground between her and Patrick. He routinely canceled plans when he got "tied up at work" or had a very important meeting," but if Sara's work ever infringed on their personal time, he would get pissy and lay guilt trips. It was not only exhausting to deal with but worrisome, too, in terms of their pattern together. Why was his career more important than hers? And why did he always expect her to cater to him and never the other way around? Their relationship had a major disequilibrium that Sara hadn't fully recognized until she was free of it.