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It Ends with Her

He started the game. Shell end it.FBI special agent Clarke Sinclair doesnt give up easily. Shes spent years tracking serial killer Simon Cross, forced to follow his twisted clues and photographs across the country. Clarke knows that Cross selects only redheaded women and that he doesnt target another victim until Clarke discovers the previous one.Hes never broken patternuntil now.A girl has already gone missing in upstate New York when a second one is kidnappeda blonde. The killers MO has changed, sending Clarke back to the drawing board. The closer she gets to the truth, the deeper shes drawn into an inescapable trap made just for Clarke. Whatever Crosss ultimate game is, it ends with her....

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It Ends with Her Reviews

  • Beverly Youngberg

    Highly enjoyable if you like twists!

    I went into this book hesitantly. At first I thought it was another “bad a$$ female agent” novel, but once you dive into each character, you find each has their own flaws that compliment one another perfectly. A truly great novel highlighting the impact of child abuse, the psyche of the abused, and how it gnaws at them for the rest of their lives. I recommend giving this novel a chance if you want a thriller, mystery and a good puzzle.

  • Marina

    There are three POVs

    1) Clarke – the main (and not very likeable character) – whose chapters were long and rambling.

    2) Adelaide – a child.

    3) Bess – a victim. (These chapters were much more exciting.)

    I found the ‘serial killer v FBI / cat and mouse’ plot over-complicated, the relationships unlikely and the whole set up quite improbable.

  • Suze

    IT ENDS WITH HER

    I usually love thrillers, this book has a lot of action-a scavenger hunt, and a couple of very determined FBI agents. The plot was good, my problem with the book was the characters. Both Sam and Clarke seemed incomplete, and not very likeable. When I love a book, it is because of the characters- this book not so much.

  • Literati Literature Lovers

    Dark Thriller

    I hate when reviewers say that a book is hard to review, but this one is because a review could ruin the plot and the many plot twists.

    The book revolves around three characters Bess, Adelaide, and Clark. Clark is a FBI agent who is chasing a serial killer targeting curly redheaded females. The killer happens to be winning the game he is playing with Clark and the F.B.I.. The book is written in three distinct timelines, and switching between the three female characters. All three e
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  • Rebecca

    Amazon First Reads - April 2018

  • Kevin Dowson

    Read as a Kindle First pick for April.

    Okay, so I had a few issues with this book, particularly in the early stages. Those issues primarily centred around Clarke, the main protagonist. She was clearly a basket case with so many psychological issues I just wanted to shake her...very hard. But more importantly, wouldn't the FBI require psychological evaluations for their agents? I'm pretty sure they would, and equally sure an alcoholic, self-harming basket case with major anger issues would never m
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  • cj

    Good lot. Too much extra.

    The story and it's late twist were good. The frequent long elaboration of the main character's thoughts, feelings and past were excessive. I found myself anxious to see where the story went next, but tired of all the extra rhetoric. Too bad, because I like so much of the author's writing--the boring parts just needed to be edited out.

  • Jennifer Williams

    It Ends With Her was a very interesting novel. It was murder mystery novel with an intriguing premise reminiscent of “Criminal Minds.” As the story unraveled, I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to be sympathetic with the main character (Sinclair) or not . . . at least until the end. I loved the character of Bess, though. Her fierce determination to rise out of her situation was a bright spot in a very dark and twisted plotline. I have to admit that I gasped aloud – yes, out loud, when I got to the ...more