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I look forward to reading your Alyssa Wyatt books. Book 1 was truly a mind bender. I’m pretty good at figuring out The Who Done It but you did a superb job of keeping me guessing. Yea! A fan from Austin, Texas Carolyn
All His Pretty Girls by Charly Cox is such an intense read. A terrifying serial killer is stalking a community. For Detective Alyssa Wyatt the case hits far too close to home. When a kidnapped woman turns up dead, it becomes personal. She feels she has failed this woman and her failure to find her alive eats away at her. It makes her more determined to catch whoever is responsible for the murders that have taken place and make sure they never kill again. But this case will have devastating consequences for Alyssa and her family.
Charly Cox really did make me fear for her characters as I was reading this book. She managed to create such an intense atmosphere in her writing. I was desperately hoping that the victims of the criminal in her novel would find a means of escape. Charly Cox did make these scenes feel very claustrophobic, and I almost couldn’t bear to read on, but I knew I had to.
I really liked Alyssa. I think it did take me some time to warm to her, when I first started reading but she gradually grew on me. She is a character who has suffered in the past as well. Her brother, Timmy, disappeared when they were only children, and she has continuously blamed herself for her brother’s disappearance. He was found dead, but his kidnapper was never identified. I suspect that this part of the plot may feed into later books in the series and I’m hoping that there is going to be another book.
The plot moves along at an extremely fast pace. As the reader, you can sense the clock ticking down as the police work hard to apprehend the killer, and in the final chapters, Charly Cox really does turn the tension up a notch.
The twists that come in this book are hard-hitting, and one blew my mind. You won’t believe what is happening when it finally dawns on you. I thought it was so clever how Charly managed to weave this into her plot, but as I looked back, I could see that there were hints and signs there. It was very cleverly done, and I am still reeling from it as I am writing this review.
If I could sum of All His Pretty Girls in just a few words they would be; intense, dark, haunting and terrifying. If you enjoy crime fiction with a darker edge, then this is a book for you. I can’t wait to see where Charly takes us next.
Told from multiple perspectives including that of the killer, Cox quickly pulled me in to this heart-pounding, well-crafted thriller. The audiobook narrated by Kate Zane amped up the suspense, terror and characters in this intense tale.
This is the first novel in the Detective Alyssa Wyatt series and Cox’s debut. Alyssa Wyatt is a coffee loving, tenacious detective driven by guilt that makes her the perfect detective to hunt down a brutal serial killer.
What starts as an abduction case quickly morphs into the hunt for a serial killer as Detective Wyatt, her partner and their team piece together unsolved murders from the past.
The author delivers this fast-paced, tightly woven tale from the perspectives of Alyssa Wyatt and that of the serial killer. There are a few perspectives from the victims which only amplifies the suspense. Kate Zane gave each character, victim and the killer their own voice. She easily delivered believable male and female voices.
I slipped into the story and was drawn to Alyssa and her partner, Cord Roberts. Alyssa is direct and Cord’s more diplomatic and cordial approach meshed well with her personality.
The victims and killer’s own story are dark and gritty. Delivered with just enough detail to set your mind skittering. How the author pulled Detective Wyatt into their narrative was twisted, brilliant and grounded with facts, threads and surprises.
The author balances the darkness of the cases with the human side of her detectives, their unit and families allowing us access. Steeped in reality with situations ripped from headlines and parents’ worst fears.
Detective Alyssa Wyatt was 9yo when her 4yo brother was kidnapped and killed…an act that broke her family. This is why Alyssa became a cop…to protect the innocent and stop psychos. Now she’s in the hunt for a serial killer who kidnaps and tortures his victims…victims who all bear an eerily similar appearance to Alyssa. When the killer strikes at her family, old feelings and guilt resurfaces, but can the ace detective use this to her advantage or will she fall apart. Some tearful moments when all is revealed. Great story!
When I started this book i was not finished with another book I had been on for a while , unfortunately that one had me going back and forth to just make sense I can’t stand books like that over written you do not have to describe a flower 16 different ways it’s like you expect your readers to be ignorant or just filling up a page but this one Charley was amazing from the jump couldn’t put it down storyline was so exciting characters were so great and The heroine of the story was totally amazing I am inclined to say that I love books where the girl is the hero but not only that they show good character being able to put a job and family together and keep it together i’ve already downloaded your next book and can’t wait to read more in the future yeah I know it’s long and drawn out ha ha like his book was but I simply didn’t wanna put the book down