Another winner for author Debra Webb. In "Vile" we start with a little girl left in front of a flower shop by herself. When the clerk goes to ask her about her mother she notices a note telling them to take her to Deputy Chief Jess Harris. When trying to find her mother, they discover the little girl's grandmother dead in her bed. So, here we go again.
I love the 'Faces of Evil' series and the author hits it out of the ballpark with each book. She definitely did again with "Vile". This series is a 12 book series and the closer we get, the more I am wondering what I will do when it's over. Her characters are so well-written they have become almost real. I guess for now I will just enjoy the rest of the books as they come and deal with the panic when it comes. Read this series or just get "Vile" and start reading now!!!!
Deputy Chief Jess Harris knows her time is running out. Somehow she must protect the people she loves and any more innocent victims from the serial killer obsessed with her. Is sacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil?A child is abandoned on a downtown Birmingham street.The little blond-haired, brown-eyed girl could be Jess's child. A note is attached to her pink dress: Take me to Deputy Chief Jess Harris. Can Jess and her major crimes team find the little girl's mother before it's too late?
The search for the truth leads Jess to a farm outside a small Alabama town where someone has been planting bodies for decades. Has Jess discovered a serial killer even more prolific than Eric Spears? Even more terrifying, is this killer somehow connected to Jess? Don't miss the latest installment of this thrilling series!