Why (Stalker Series Book 2) by Megan Mitcham – Review by Faith Jackson

Why (Stalker Series, #2)Why by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ll start this review by saying I’m a huge true crime fan of anything and everything in real life outside of books, TV shows, movies. Anything goes when it comes to this particular genre. My curiosity always gets the best of me and not just for the victims but for the people who commit such atrocities against humanity. But anyway, here goes nothing with this review:
In this novel, we follow a successful attorney with an A-one record and a client guilty of the crime before him but how far would she go to maintain her supreme record to free her client?
In this book, we follow prosecutor Genevive Holt who finds excitement in getting bad guys off the streets. She’s not been beaten in court thanks to her mentor/boss, Perry. But Perry’s been charged with the heinous crime against his own family (killing his wife and kids), she’s called to defend his innocence. She soon comes to question his innocence after letting him go free when she discovers him throwing a few too many festivities at the scene of the crime and sneaking around with a gorgeous woman.
Soon after she’s up to find out what he’s up to while trolling him but she finds the same detective who suggested she not take the case to begin with threatens to arrest her for stalking if she doesn’t stop. Holt must decide if she should save her career by letting a killer go free or bring justice to the victims by placing him where he belongs: Behind bars. . .
This is the second standalone novel of a series that had me on the edge. I’m hooked! I’d like to say I love this author and how she builds up suspense in her books. That alone will have you on the edge of your seat eager to read page for page. I couldn’t put this one down till I was finished.

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