Rush hour, London. A packed commuter train is torn apart in a collision. Picking through the carnage, ex-special forces profiler Ziba MacKenzie helps a dying woman who passes on a cryptic message: He did it. You have to tell someone.
When a corpse is found bearing the gruesome signature of a serial killer dormant for twenty-five years, Ziba is pulled into the hunt for the perpetrator. As the body count rises it becomes clear he’s on a new spree. But what’s brought the London Lacerator back after such a long hiatus? And does his sudden return have anything to do with the woman on the train?
Ziba scrambles to profile the killer in the hope of predicting his next move. But time is running out. And the closer she gets to uncovering his identity, the closer he gets to destroying hers.
Its dark and twisted to the point that once you start to read it you don't want to stop , it does deal with some dark and heavy stuff so that might a wronging to some people , the killer is creepy and terrifying at the same time, and as you reading the story , it keeps you guessing from the start , you have no idea who the killer is ,or if his someone that knows Ziba and is close to her . And the more Ziba looks into the old woman's words 'he did it' , truths start to come out , with that said I want to thank Netgalley for letting me read it exchange for my honest opinion