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Okay, I m not actually going to the gym, but to a friend s house to use her elliptical It s farther than the gym, and she s usually working so it s not like I can fit in a visit to entice me to go It s books like Find Me that get me out of bed, into my workout clothes, and over the bridge to my friends house AND that keep me on the machine for at least an hour because I want to know what happens next I m reading this on kindleFirst Reads , and after 70 minutes on the machine I was k Okay, I m not actually going to the gym, but to a friend s house to use her elliptical It s farther than the gym, and she s usually working so it s not like I can fit in a visit to entice me to go It s books like Find Me that get me out of bed, into my workout clothes, and over the bridge to my friends house AND that keep me on the machine for at least an hour because I want to know what happens next I m reading this on kindleFirst Reads , and after 70 minutes on the machine I was kind of dying, but was 90% finished with the book I stumbled to my friend s kitchen, grabbed a box of her Moose Tracks it was close to empty and finished the book along with finishing the Moose Tracks Both were delicious I didn t figure out everything, but I m always gratified if I figure out at least one detail before all is revealed, which I did Good action, good characters I ll be looking for the next one Madness in the MojaveDaniel Ellis, a homicide detective for San Bernardino County has been summoned to San Quentin by Benjamin Fisher, the serial killer known as the Inland Empire Killer Fisher has been in prison for thirty years and has long teased law enforcement about giving up the locations of the bodies of his victims He offers to do so now, but in exchange demands that his daughter, Reni be present.Reni whom he used as bait to lure his victims Reni last saw her father when he was arr Madness in the MojaveDaniel Ellis, a homicide detective for San Bernardino County has been summoned to San Quentin by Benjamin Fisher, the serial killer known as the Inland Empire Killer Fisher has been in prison for thirty years and has long teased law enforcement about giving up the locations of the bodies of his victims He offers to do so now, but in exchange demands that his daughter, Reni be present.Reni whom he used as bait to lure his victims Reni last saw her father when he was arrested and taken away in handcuffs She became an FBI profiler but three years ago had a nervous breakdown and now lives an isolated, simple life, trying to come to terms with her guilt Daniel who has his own secrets and Reni must work together.and why is there a new dead body Decent serial killer book and a quick read, although how people get away with all these conflicts of interest is beyond me Currently available as a Prime First Read, releases in July 2020 #FREE PDF ¶ Find Me Ù A Bone Chilling Family History Is Unearthed In A Heart Stopping Thriller By New York Times Bestselling Author Anne Frasier Convicted Serial Killer Benjamin Fisher Has Finally Offered To Lead San Bernardino Detective Daniel Ellis To The Isolated Graves Of His Victims One Catch He Ll Only Do It If FBI Profiler Reni Fisher, His Estranged Daughter, Accompanies Them As Hard As It Is To Exhume Her Traumatic Childhood, Reni Can T Say No She Still Feels Complicit In Her Father S CrimesPerfect To Play A Lost Little Girl, Reni Was The Bait To Lure Unsuspecting Women To Their Deaths It S Time For Closure For Her For The Families And For Daniel He Shares Reni S Obsession With The Past Ever Since He Was A Boy, He S Been Convinced That His Mother Was One Of Fisher S VictimsA Five Hundred Mile Road Trip Lies Ahead Thirty Years Of Bad Memories Are Flooding Back A Master Manipulator Has Gained Their Trust For Reni And Daniel, This Isn T The End Of A Nightmare It S Only The Beginning The settings of Anne Frasier s books are always such a huge part of the story, and this one is no exception Moving away from Savannah and Minneapolis to the desert of California, where Reni is living a fairly solitary life Her father is a famous serial killer, and he offers to lead police to the bodies if Reni accompanies them But that s only a small part of the story There is a lot that happens after that, the story took twists and turns that I didn t see coming.Daniel is obsessed with tryi The settings of Anne Frasier s books are always such a huge part of the story, and this one is no exception Moving away from Savannah and Minneapolis to the desert of California, where Reni is living a fairly solitary life Her father is a famous serial killer, and he offers to lead police to the bodies if Reni accompanies them But that s only a small part of the story There is a lot that happens after that, the story took twists and turns that I didn t see coming.Daniel is obsessed with trying to find closure for the disappearance murder of his mother, and Reni is his semi willing partner Reni s mental state is somewhat fragile, and she s upfront about that, making her partnership with Daniel somewhat uneasy The book is mostly set in the present, with a few chapters flashing back to when Remi was a child.This was a fantastic, intense book, and I cursed my everyday life every time it interrupted my reading I m looking forward toof Reni and Daniel How does this dress look on meWow, what a book I ve been in a bit of a reading slump and this was on Prime Reading s First Picks list for this week, so I figured I d give it a try I don t read your typical adult crime mystery novels very often, but Find Me makes me wonder why I read this book in just over 24 hours and I m still thinking about it It was fast paced, it had the perfect blend of revealing answers while presentingquestions, the trauma depicted in the characters felt auth How does this dress look on meWow, what a book I ve been in a bit of a reading slump and this was on Prime Reading s First Picks list for this week, so I figured I d give it a try I don t read your typical adult crime mystery novels very often, but Find Me makes me wonder why I read this book in just over 24 hours and I m still thinking about it It was fast paced, it had the perfect blend of revealing answers while presentingquestions, the trauma depicted in the characters felt authentic, there wasn t any pushed romance, the crime is dreadfully chilling, and I did not see the end coming I cannot wait to see what Frasier does next A solid 4.25 4.5 5 on this one for me definitely one of my better First Reads picks Lots of twists and turns that are foreshadowed just enough in the beginning half they don t feel randomly concocted, but are surprising enough to keep you turning the pages The premise here is really compelling and Frasier delivers on it Both main characters are pretty well fleshed out, and I enjoyed reading from both of their perspectives I m glad to see this is book 1 I definitely want to view spoiler A solid 4.25 4.5 5 on this one for me definitely one of my better First Reads picks Lots of twists and turns that are foreshadowed just enough in the beginning half they don t feel randomly concocted, but are surprising enough to keep you turning the pages The premise here is really compelling and Frasier delivers on it Both main characters are pretty well fleshed out, and I enjoyed reading from both of their perspectives I m glad to see this is book 1 I definitely want to view spoiler see if Daniel can resolve the mystery of where his mother went I didn t think it was likely she was one of the Inland Empire Killer s vicitms, considering she wasn t out for a jog like the others hide spoiler I ll definitely add the sequel to my to read list A few things that kept this from being a 5 5 for me view spoiler I m always slightly wary of repressed memory suddenly coming to light and revealingThat wasn t entirely the case here, because of the other hints like her mother s inability to care for her and the brain scan, that aren t entirely reliant on memory But still weird that Reni would repress that much Where was her therapist in all this Surely she had to have one The woman had a mental breakdown and was told to get a therapist and a psychiatrist Would have liked to see this further explored or her mother talk her out of it as further evidence of her depravity Would ve liked slightlyfrom Maurice s perspective because I m still not as sure about his involvement with the murders hide spoiler Overall though, really solid thriller and I look forward to the next one 3.5 Thriller but the ending was over the top ridiculous Find Me by Anne Fraiser is another winner to add to the list The first chapter draws you in and refuses to relinquish its grip until it s fantastic conclusion FBI profiler Reni Fisher and Detective Daniel Ellis work alongside convicted serial killer, Benjamin Fisher Reni s father The journey they embark to locate graves is a nightmare The questions you ll be asking yourself is is Benjamin Fisher the true serial killer or is he unjustifiably convicted Many twists and turns like Find Me by Anne Fraiser is another winner to add to the list The first chapter draws you in and refuses to relinquish its grip until it s fantastic conclusion FBI profiler Reni Fisher and Detective Daniel Ellis work alongside convicted serial killer, Benjamin Fisher Reni s father The journey they embark to locate graves is a nightmare The questions you ll be asking yourself is is Benjamin Fisher the true serial killer or is he unjustifiably convicted Many twists and turns like a roller coaster Reni and Daniel are well developed characters that I hope to meet again The secondary characters were interesting as well and enhanced the storyline keeping the story moving forward I highly recommend this novel if your genre is a creepy psychological thriller This author never disappoints I ve been a longtime fan and plan to remain so Get your copy ASAP This book, which I snagged as anFirstReads pick, is the first in a series and after finishing it, I m already chomping at the bit for the next It features Daniel Ellis, a detective in San Bernardino, California he took over the case of a serial killer from a retired detective The killer, Benjamin Fisher, has been in jail for 30 years or so, but so far he s refused to reveal the locations at which he hid his victims bodies.Out of the blue, Ben asks to see Daniel and this time, he This book, which I snagged as anFirstReads pick, is the first in a series and after finishing it, I m already chomping at the bit for the next It features Daniel Ellis, a detective in San Bernardino, California he took over the case of a serial killer from a retired detective The killer, Benjamin Fisher, has been in jail for 30 years or so, but so far he s refused to reveal the locations at which he hid his victims bodies.Out of the blue, Ben asks to see Daniel and this time, he says he s willing to take the police to the bodies But only, he adds, if his daughter Reni, a former FBI profiler, comes along they ve been estranged ever since he went to jail As a young girl, Reni s father used her to lure his victims all women to him for the kill Needless to say, that left Reni traumatized, with memories she can t quite pull together to make sense Daniel, too, was traumatized as a child when his mother abruptly left him, never to return His unspoken connection to the killer Ever since Ben went to jail, he s been convinced that his mother was one of the serial killer s victims.Finding Reni isn t terribly difficult, but convincing her to see her father again even if it might bring closure to the victims families is another story well, actually, it s part of this story She s been living in the middle of the Mojave Desert, believing that some or all of the victims were buried there Needless to say, she agrees, and the next part of the saga begins.Muchof their journey than that I can t reveal without spoiling the story for others, but suffice it to say it s an exciting trip, with several twists nothing much came as a big surprise, but the action kept me plodding onward right to the end Very entertaining and a great beach read, I d think all that sand would make you feel like you re right there with Daniel and Reni If you ve read In My Father s Basement, you may at first be lulled into a false sense of deja vu Don t become complacent, however, or the twists and turns may just knock your legs out from under you Frazier does a brilliant job creating characters we both like and root for, whilst at the same time planting seeds of doubt about each of them Without offering spoilers, I will say that for me the only place this one fell short was in the incomplete closure, though I suppose that leaves the door o If you ve read In My Father s Basement, you may at first be lulled into a false sense of deja vu Don t become complacent, however, or the twists and turns may just knock your legs out from under you Frazier does a brilliant job creating characters we both like and root for, whilst at the same time planting seeds of doubt about each of them Without offering spoilers, I will say that for me the only place this one fell short was in the incomplete closure, though I suppose that leaves the door open for a sequel.Definitely worth the read