Review: Sight Lines by Michelle DiCeglio

Sight linesSeries: Standalone

Genre: LGBT (f/f), Crime

Rating: 3.5/5 stars

Cover: I like it

Buy: Amazon

Trigger warnings: drug addiction

Description: While investigating a serial killer in her small town, Detective Lacey Mills meets Alison Rhodes, a potential witness to one of the crimes. But as the murders get more intense, so do Detective Mills’ feelings for Alison—and her suspicions that Ali may be more than just a witness.

Review: At first I didn’t know what to think about Sight Lines. I didn’t get into the story and then there was a part where Lacey’s ‘gaydar’ works on a dead body.

But she somehow grew on me and the story itself got interesting. Maybe because there was no sexual motive? And I had no idea who the murderer was.

This book’s mostly your usual crime novel, but I wasn’t bored reading it and the detective is far more interesting then most – Gary/Mary Sue seems to be the prototype for police workers? Sadly the ending was a little bit too easy.

Disclaimer: I was provided through NetGalley with a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.

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