Sunday, February 26, 2017

STALKED by Elizabeth Heiter

The Profiler Series Book 4


December 27th, 2016
Mass Market Paperback
Reviewed by Dawn (
Obtained by Self-Purchase

3.5 Hearts


Seventeen year old Haley Cooke is missing, disappearing from her inside her high school without a trace. FBI Profiler Evelyn Baine is brought in to figure out who would want to harm Hailey and why. But as she digs into Hailey’s life, she finds secrets all around. From Hailey’s parents to her boyfriend who has some questionable connections, Evelyn is against the clock as days lead to more questions than answers. But one of those secrets is the catalyst for Hailey being taken and its up to Evelyn to figure out the pieces before time runs out for Hailey. The closer Evelyn gets to uncovering Hailey’s fate, the higher the danger is for her them both. Because someone doesn’t want Evelyn to find out the answers and will do everything in their power to stop her.

STALKED is the fourth book in the series and one that delivers more thrills a minute as the reader races alongside Evelyn as she tries to figure out what happened to Hailey. The author does a great job in keeping the tension up as well as a few twists that had me on the edge of my seat while I flipped the pages to see what would happen next. I really enjoy this author’s work immensely. I got hooked on her profiler series right from the first book and she does an amazing job in capturing Evelyn’s personality as well as her skill set as a FBI profiler. The author does an amazing job in keeping the tension alive as Evelyn and her boyfriend, fellow FBI agent Kyle Mackenzie’s cases converge. I liked how intricate and complex the story was. It kept my attention and glued to the pages as I flipped the pages to see where the mystery of Hailey’s disappearance went. The author does an amazing job in keeping the tension on high as she threw a few twists I didn’t see coming. Who I thought was the bad guys wasn’t t he case in the climatic ending.

STALKED is a great addition to the Profiler series and one that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last page is read. The characters are quite entertaining and the mystery is intriguing. I do recommend reading the series in order since you can get a sense of what is driving Evelyn and who the recurring characters pop up are. This is an intense, nail biting read and one I could not put down. I think if you enjoy taut who done it mysteries then you will enjoy this series immensely. I am eager to see where the author goes next in the series and for Evelyn.


This is an objective review and not an endorsement




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