by Rebecca York

June 2003
ISBN: 0-425-19071-4
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Mass Market Paperback

Ross Marshall is a private investigator on the trail of a serial killer; Ross'` trail leads him to the grave of a missing woman that he is searching for. While he is gathering evidence for the police he is shot in the leg and left for dead, Ross manages to make it home where he passes out from the pain.

Genetic researcher Megan Sheridan didn’t expect to be taking care of a wounded man, whom she is simply trying to collect a blood sample from for testing. Megan spends two days nursing him back to health; when she questions him about how he was shot he confides that he is on the trail of a killer. Megan senses there is something else that Ross is holding back.

The Killing Moon by Rebecca York is a very intense read that pulls readers in from the very first page and doesn’t let go. From the first moment that Ross and Megan met just a simple touch pulls them into this fantastic unspeakable connection, Ross was very guarded about his secrets and sort of keeps himself at a distance from Megan. Megan is very strong and doesn’t give up on him and I truly admired her for that, the villain I felt was bold with his “going-ons” searching for victims for his special room. This is a very intense suspense that I think readers will enjoy, the follow-up Edge of the Moon is the story of detective Jack Thornton, which we get a sneak peek at, that promises to be just as intense.

Reviewed in June 2003 by Ronica.

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