Friday, August 9, 2019

Follow Me: The Killer You Know by Sara Shephard - HIGH

Follow Me: The Killer You Know (Amateurs, #2) by Sara Shepard, 261 pages. Freeform (Disney), 2017.  $18.  

Content: Language: R  (33 swears; 3 ‘f’); Mature Content: PG-13;  Violence: PG-13.   



Seneca has not given up on finding Brett, the guy who has gotten away with two murders that Seneca knows of.  As Seneca follows a missing person report for a Chelsea Dawson, Seneca gathers her sleuthing friends, Maddox, Aerin and Madison, and goes to the scene of the crime because she is certain that Brett is to blame for the missing girl.  Past murders and other clues connect to lead the friends on a path laid out by the serial killer, Brett, but they hope to get to Chelsea before it’s too late.  

I enjoyed this quick read that is creepy, but also entertaining.  The characters are just out of high school.  The clues keep the story moving at a fast pace and Brett is a disturbing bad guy.  The ending is a cliffhanger, so plan on reading the next in the series.  The violence is not descriptive or gruesome, but it is upsetting and there are sexual references.  

Reviewer, C. Peterson.

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