This is the final installment in the Flesh and Blood trilogy.
In the last book, Libby discovered that her incarcerated father was actually protecting his son, Libby’s half-brother, for the I-75 killings. But it turns out the killer may still be out there because of a timeline discrepancy. Now we pick up exactly where we left off—Libby hiding her brother from the police while investigating further to find the truth and the real killer.
Once again, Libby captivates readers with her keen sense, high intuition, and generous heart. The story takes a compelling turn when it seems Libby and the gang can finally catch the killer and end the injustice once and for all.
Another well-written mystery thriller and a fitting end to the trilogy.
My rating: 5 stars