Review: Out of the Shadows by Michelle Arnold

Title: Out of the Shadows
Written By: Michelle Arnold
Pages in book: ( Amazon doesn't list)
Book purchased or given: Given
Form: E-Book
Review:   * * * * 

Book Description: 
A woman who has been missing for three months is found dead with over 200 tally marks carved into her skin. For Detective Amy Sadler, who is still recovering mentally from a past undercover operation gone wrong, the case is as unsettling as it is frustrating. As more bodies appear with the same tally marks, Amy's only solace from the seemingly unsolvable case is the romance blooming between herself and forensic pathologist Dr. Lira Ward, a beautiful soul with a past even she doesn't understand. 
But that solace is shattered when the case collides with their personal lives in a way no one sees coming, and Amy is left wondering if she can salvage what they once had.

This book is a good mystery book, getting to the bottom of a mystery while being invested in their lives is a tough thing to do. My only qualms about the book is how much of a trigger it could be, but to be honest once I let that anxiety go, it was a good book. I fell in love with the struggles of the story and was able to see all the different things to enjoy about the book. I have to say I can't wait for the second book for sure. There are so many different ways that book could go that I just wish it was already in my hands. Many props to Michelle Arnold!

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