Title: Some Choose Darkness
Author : Charlie Donlea
The truth is easy to miss, even when it’s right in front of us. As a forensic reconstructionist, Rory Moore sheds light on cold-case homicides by piecing together crime scene details others fail to see. Cleaning out her late father’s law office a week after his burial, she receives a call that plunges her into a decades-old case come to life once more. In the summer of 1979, five Chicago women went missing. The predator, nicknamed The Thief, left no bodies and no clues behind—until police received a package from a mysterious woman named Angela Mitchell, whose unorthodox investigation skills appear to have led to his identity. But before they could question her, Angela disappeared. Forty years later, The Thief is about to be paroled for Angela’s murder—the only crime the DA could pin on him. But the cryptic file Rory finds in her father’s law office suggests there is more to the case, and Angela Mitchell, than what was fed to the public, the details of which have been buried for four decades. Rory’s talents are tested as she begins reconstructing Angela’s last days. Making one startling discovery after another, Rory becomes helplessly entangled in the enigma of Angela Mitchell and what happened to her. Drawing connections between the past and present, Rory uncovers dark truths about the reclusive victim, her father, and the man called The Thief that send her down a twisting trail where things may not be as they appear. As she continues to dig, even Rory can’t be prepared for the full, terrifying truth that is emerging . . .
Would I recommend it? Yes
Would I read anything else by this author? Yes
This was my first time reading anything by this author and while I did like it and enjoyed reading it , there was times I want to put it down because of how slow it seemed to go , I did love however the way the author told the story from both the present and the past , and the way she brings to live Angela and how people treated others who was on the autism spectrum. But one thing I wish it went into a little more bit details àbout was Roy's job as
forensic reconstructionist,but over all it was still good ,with that said I want to thank NetGalley for letting me read and review it .