Book Review: Ten Days Gone | Beverly Long

Laney Estel

Ten Days Gone



BOOK: Ten Days Gone

AUTHOR: Beverly Long


Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Published: February 18, 2020

Normally I do not like cop procedural books as much as other mysteries and thrillers. However, I enjoyed this one a lot. It kept my attention through each little turn and I hardly knew who to guess as the killer. I am glad to see that it is the first in a series, because I really liked the characters a lot.

Plus I really appreciated that the ending gave closure and left me satisfied. This also makes me think that each book in this series will have a different case separate from each other. 

Short Synopsis (abbreviate from Goodreads):

They know exactly when he'll strike... They just have to find him first.In all their years working for the Baywood police department, detectives A.L. McKittridge and Rena Morgan have never seen anything like it. Four women dead in forty days, each killed ten days apart. With nothing connecting the victims and very little evidence, the clock is already counting down to when the next body drops. A.L. and Rena will have to act fast if they're going to find the killer's next victim before he does.But identifying the killer's next likely target is only half the battle. With pressure pushing in from all sides, a promising breakthrough leads the detectives to Tess Lyons, a woman whose past trauma has left her too damaged to appreciate the danger she's in. Unwilling to let another woman die, A.L. and Rena will put everything on the line to keep Tess safe and end the killer's deadly spree once and for all--before time runs out again.


I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Received from Netgalley.

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