Her final breath is the 2nd book in the Tracy Crosswhite series. Homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite has returned to the police force,and finds herself pulled into an investigation that threatens to end her career, if not her life. A serial killer known as the Cowboy is killing young women in cheap motels, With clues scarce and more victims dying, Tracy realises the key to solving the murders may lie in a decade-old homicide investigation that others, including her captain, would prefer to keep buried. With the Cowboy on the hunt, can Tracy find the evidence to stop him, or will she become his next victim?
From the book description I thought Her Final Breath sounded very promising, and the sort of book I usually enjoy, but I’m afraid it didn’t hit the spot for me. It’s the sort of book that I would call a good “airport” read, no complex plot, and no deep and meaningful dialogue. It’s the sort of book you can pick up and read a couple of chapters, and then put it down again, without putting to much thought into it, I never once felt I needed to read “one more”chapter, because things never got that intense.
On a positive note the thriller is competently told and pleasantly entertaining, which I’m sure some readers will enjoy. For me personally I like a thriller to be gritty, with a storyline that keeps me gripped, sadly Her final breath doesn’t hit the mark, so I’m giving it 3 stars. Thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for letting me review an advanced copy in return for a honest review.
3 ☕️☕️☕️Out of 5 from me