The telling of the story is set in a really tight area with a lot of focus on a few key hot spots which made for a really tense and exciting atmosphere throughout.
Jenny and her husband had another level of tension within their marriage and of course Jenny herself is hiding a huge secret from everyone.
Therefore when someone goes missing and Jenny is experiencing missing time there are so many loose ends and potential outcomes that the story starts to wind in on itself ratcheting the tension up even further.
There were many times where I couldn’t even begin to imagine how Jenny was holding everything together and I really had no idea who was going to turn out to be behind it all.
Masterfully told, The Serial Killer’s Daughter is a gripping read that kept me guessing throughout.
Blurb: Is murder in the blood?
In a sleepy Devon village, a young girl is taken from the streets. Local vet, Jenny, is horrified. This kind of thing doesn’t happen here.
But it’s not the first time she’s been so close to a crime scene. The daughter of a prolific serial killer, she’s spent her whole life running from who she really is.
And the crime is harrowingly similar to those her father committed all those years ago…
But she’s not her father’s daughter.