3rd in the Smokey Barrett series, this book was just as good as the first (which I read in a day). The 2nd in the series was slightly disappointing but by putting Smokey and team on the trail of a religious serial killer, McFadyen brought me back :)
There were too many places where I said "Oh wow." that I don't want to give anything away. I'll summarize by saying people are being murdered (duh) and there's a religious bent to it. That's all I can give ya.
Smokey herself makes leaps and bounds in this book, giving away not 1 but TWO deep dark secrets. This book is all about the dirty little secrets everyone has. And what they do with them.