Confidentiality (Scope of Practice Book 2) by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Liz Vrchota

ConfidentialityConfidentiality by Jessica Aiken-Hall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have really been enjoying the Scope of Practice books so far by Jessica Aiken-Hall. She is really good at weaving a detailed and gripping thriller that will keep you fully engrossed from the get-go until the very last page. Confidentiality is the second book in the series and I would recommend that you read the first one before diving into this one. We get a lot of background and character building in that one that carries over and enriches this story very well.

In Confidentiality we find Valarie feeling like she finally has things in order and is living a life she enjoys, although not the one she had anticipated for herself. Things take an even darker and twistier turn when a serial killer is among them. The murders seem to have some coincidental aspects but is it just that at a coincidence? I loved the different layers that are laid out for us as we read. It is not just one steady storyline and things are so well put together that it feels flawless and effortless to follow along. I am super excited to see what the next book will entail.

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