This was a great new murder/suspense series. Homicide detective Frost Easton begins investigating a series of suicides by women who have psychotic breaks. They all have one thing in common. They have all been treated by controversial therapist Francesca Stein. Frost doesn't believe in coincidences and he starts to wonder if the engaging therapist is in fact a murderer.
This story line hooked me right away. It was intriguing and a bit creepy in places. The reader feels an interesting connection between Frost and Frankie and the story keeps the reader guessing throughout the investigation. I also like the fact that the plot of the story makes the reader do some thinking. If we could erase bad memories, should we? What would be the consequences of that? How would that impact the person that you are?
This was a new to me author and I'm a big fan how. I'm going to check out more books by this author and will definitely read the next book in the Frost Easton series.
Homicide detective Frost Easton doesn’t like coincidences. When a series of bizarre deaths rock San Francisco—as seemingly random women suffer violent psychotic breaks—Frost looks for a connection that leads him to psychiatrist Francesca Stein. Frankie’s controversial therapy helps people erase their most terrifying memories…and all the victims were her patients.
As Frost and Frankie carry out their own investigations, the case becomes increasingly personal—and dangerous. Long-submerged secrets surface as someone called the Night Bird taunts the pair with cryptic messages pertaining to the deaths. Soon Frankie is forced to confront strange gaps in her own memory, and Frost faces a killer who knows the detective’s worst fears.
As the body count rises and the Night Bird circles ever closer, a dedicated cop and a brilliant doctor race to solve the puzzle before a cunning killer claims another victim.