A Map Of The Dark by Karen Ellis @mulhollandbooks @KatiaLief #BookReview #travelingsistersread

A Map of the Dark (The Searchers #1)A Map of the Dark by Karen Ellis

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

3.5 Stars

I was lost in the dark shadowy barren coulee with one of my Traveling Sisters reading The Map of the Dark trying to find cover from the demons haunting our main character FBI Agent Elsa Myers.

Map of the Dark is a police procedural with a strong well-drawn character here with Elsa who really stood out for us. Karen Ellis does a good job creating an interesting and complex character with Elsa Myers. We settled in with our books and soon were taken on a race against time with Elsa as she hunts for a missing girl. Her dark past secrets start to surface and we had our guard up for those demons that were lurking in the shadow as Elsa begins to wrestle with them. We were intrigued and wanted to know more about her past however her past began to overshadow the case for us. The race slowed down and the case became a bit too predictable. However, for me, the revelation, in the end, left me shocked and clinched this one as a winner for me.

We loved the dynamics between intense, flawed Elsa and her cool easy going partner Lex. We enjoyed their growing friendship and loved the kindness and understanding Lex offered Elsa leaving us wanting more from Lex. We look forward to book two focusing on him.

Published January 2nd 2018 by Mulholland Books

Thank you, to NetGalley, Mulholland Books and Karen Ellis for a copy to read and review.

Review by Brenda

 

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