Lethal Lies, the second book of three in the Blood Brothers series, was an exciting and turbulent ride. Anya Best is determined to stop the serial killer who is stalking her and has killed her sister. His victims always look like Anya, and he mails her victim photos without trace evidence that links to him. To stop the killer, she relies on the help of Heath Jones whom we know from Deadly Silence. Heath is a genetically altered man who was orphaned and found family among two other orphans with the same circumstances. Anya is taken into Heath’s small family group but so many secrets are kept from her for her “own good”. If you’ve read a book with a strong female lead you know that Anya didn’t take to this well.
Honestly, every Rebecca Zanetti book is worth reading
Something I struggle with in general is finding author’s who can surprise me. After reading enough books (approx. 458 since 2012) you recognize patterns in books and can ultimately see the twist coming. I am please to share that I did not guess correctly at the serial killer’s identity. Well done Zanetti!
This was a great read because we are still engaged in the serial killer storyline from book one and yet also following the crazy storyline of a psychotic woman who “creates” super soldiers to be trained from birth to be killers. This continues naturally and unhurried from The Sin Brothers series into the Blood Brothers series.