Synopsis of Body Count
To catch a killer, you have to think like one.
FBI Agent Sophie Anderson has been trained to delve into the minds of society’s worst criminals, to catch them before they kill again.
Newly relocated from Australia, Sophie is settling into her new job at Quantico and quickly making a name for herself in the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit. The only problem is the nightmares.
When a young woman’s body is found in DC, Sophie realises she’s ‘seen’ the victim before, murdered in her dreams. And she knows this is only the beginning.
The body count is rising, the killer is moving closer and Sophie is running out of time…
Synopsis of Body Count taken from Amazon
Review of Body Count
When I started reading it, I thought the story was going to be an excuse for the protagonist’s hook-up with one of her FBI colleagues, but I was wrong.
The plot is fine and deals with serial murders, which is not surprising as Sophie Anderson, the protagonist, works as an FBI “profiler”. The development is correct, though we have the detail, which is a bit out of place, of Anderson’s “clairvoyance”.
Altogether good and well resolved, though the end was somewhat predictable. It’s not cooked all the way through.