"An excellent mystery thriller... Blue Baby was the best book in this series. If you like murder mysteries, serial killers, and a team that finds each of them with their own issues; then you will enjoy this series. I must praise Carolyn Arnold for her knowledge of police procedures and her flawless writing." --Barb, The Reading Cafe "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, yeah it's here, and it's twisted. After reading Carolyn Arnold's Blue Baby, you'll never look at that old nursery rhyme the same way again." --Shannon Hayes, The 131 Preview Review "A well-written psychological thriller...detailed, chilling, and intense." --Sheri Wilkinson, Juniper Grove "Think Criminal Minds... An awesome mystery suspense read...in-depth characters with lots of police procedures. This book will keep you turning the pages trying to figure out the clues along with the team, keeping you guessing until the end." --Paula Harp, Harp's Romance Book Review "The suspense was killing me, just as soon as I thought they were onto something there was twist that turned things upside down. The story was well thought out, and you can see the author did her homework and research on this one." --Amber, Amber's Book Reviews
“The story runs at a good pace, my fingers kept on flicking those pages, and I was determined to find out who done it before my eyelids started drooping!… Good narrative, enthralling writing…to keep you occupied and guessing at [what comes next]!”–2 Girls Who Love BooksSomething old, something new, something borrowed, something blue…
At the heart of every human being is the need—and the desire—to be happy. For many, happiness is elusive, but for one killer, it’s something to be created. But it’s not as easy as it seems at first, and this “creator” is determined to get it right at least one more time, no matter how many tries it takes…
It’s been exactly a year since Cheryl Bradley was found dead in her bathtub, dressed in a wedding gown with her ring finger severed. With no leads and no more evidence, the case had gone cold. That is, until another young woman is found murdered and posed in the same fashion.
Now, FBI agent Brandon Fisher and his team have been called in to catch the killer before another innocent life is taken. As Brandon begins to pull at every possible loose thread, the idea that the killer’s method of operation is all that connects the women begins to unravel. This serial killer isn’t just out for blood; this is a murderer on a mission.
But the closer Brandon thinks he’s getting to a resolution, the more evident it is that the killer is losing control and slipping up, making the trail even more difficult for the FBI to follow. And unless Brandon and his team can catch up to the killer, the bloodbath will continue to overflow.