REVIEW: The Apprentice – Tess Gerritsen

REVIEW: The Apprentice – Tess Gerritsen

A series of horrific murders seen disturbingly familiar to Detective Jane Rizzoli. They remind her and forensic pathologist Maura Isles of those commuted by a killer known as the surgeon, who they recently put behind bars.

While they’re still trying to track down the new killer, the unthinkable happens: the surgeon escapes. Suddenly Jane is chasing not one but two brilliant and twisted minds, united by one goal….

To perfect their skills on the woman who is hunting them.

Another ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ book from Tess Gerrissen.

This had a few 😮 moments that I totally didn’t see coming, especially towards the end of the book, especially the last few chapters.. which by the way I was sat reading while in hospital and couldn’t help but sitting there gasping while in the waiting room.

I definitely missed Thomas Moore’s presence in the book, and even with his very small role he was still my favourite character, he seems like the gentle giant kind of guy .. but in his absence I have warmed up to Rizzoli more than the first book and really enjoyed the fact she has a new relationship blossoming.

I really can not wait to start the next book … this book has had me gripped in the last few chapters and I definitely haven’t been able to put the book down.

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