Serial killer Eric Spears is far from done. He has chosen his next victim and Deputy Chief Jess Harris knows it's only a matter of time until he comes for her.
The murders are vicious, the killer relentless. Has Birmingham's major crimes team run into its most baffling and deadly case yet?
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Vicious is the seventh book in Debra Webb’s Faces of Evil series. It is very hard to keep momentum going on a long running story; Webb accomplishes this and more. Once again there is a case of the week. This time two women are murdered in a vicious fashion. Forced to leave the Player case in the hands of the FBI, Jess focuses her attention on finding justice for the new victims. As she gets deeper into the investigation she realizes that Spears is connected to the events of her case. This connection brings to light more information about Spears, though still not enough. We are also treated to some significant positive changes in the relationship between Dan and Jess. I’m thoroughly enjoying the way Webb is spinning this series along. However, the impatient me wants to see Spears get his due sooner rather than later.
I would have to say that this series has a lot of twist and turns. You think you figure things out, than the author throws in a monkey wrench. Debra Webb, has done it once again, where she keep you the reading involved with these characters. After reading silence the prequel of this series, The Faces of Evil, I am starting to feel that some of the villains in this series have very similar trace or they one in the same? What is it about cages? While Jess is investing a series of abduction, she is starting to believe that this is the work of Eric Spears. But there are pieces that she has yet to put together. In the meantime Eric Spears has other plans for Jess. This means that you are going to have to get the book to start riding on the roller coaster…. See you at the end of this ride!