Review: Killer Me by Candace Osmond

Happy Monday!  Today I get to bring you a unique suspense filled psychological thriller with themes of Alice in Wonderland.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Be sure to keep a look out for more exciting reviews this week.

29953140Book Blurb:

Not all gifts are welcomed…
…and not all families are normal.
Alice Teller is about to fall down the rabbit hole where her estranged father waits in the shadows, hoping she’ll follow in his footsteps…
…as a serial killer.

From Best Selling Author Candace Osmond comes a gripping, psychological thriller to take you on a dark ride as Alice Teller struggles with her feelings towards her twisted father. Love him or kill him?

Abandoned and left to the corrupt foster system by her insane mother Hattie Teller, Alice grows up jaded and alone. But when her estranged father steps out of the shadows and into her life, Alice sees an opportunity to reconnect. Too bad he’s Vancouver’s most notorious serial killer, and Alice is the bait set to lure him in to the authorities.


Alice has worked hard just to survive.  She’s survived the foster system, an insane mother and now surviving living alone.  But, when women start showing up dead and a stalker she can’t shake she is soon thrown into the police investigation.  Her connection to the killer will make her the perfect bait.  Alice will have her biggest challenge to survive.  Can she help the police capture this madman or will he make her his next victim?

I enjoyed this book.  It was definitely different from Candace Osmond’s previous novels.  This will take you on a psychological thrill ride.  Putting you through the emotions that Alice must fight and come to terms with.  Though their was an ongoing theme connected to Alice in Wonderland there really isn’t much of a connection.  Most of the Alice in Wonderland connection was pretty superfluous.  It was an interesting addition but it didn’t really have much of an impact on the basic story.  Alice is a very strong character that you truly feel for.  Her choices are rarely her own.  In the end, she makes a choice that could change her forever.  If you’re looking for a great psycho thriller you will truly enjoy this book.  It will keep you on your toes until the very end.

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