Review: The Christopher Killer (Forensic Mystery #1) by Alane Ferguson

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The Christopher Killer (Forensic Mystery,  #1) by Alane Ferguson

Paperback, 288 pages
Published February 28th 2007 by Puffin
“As the daughter of a Colorado County coroner, seventeen-yearold Cameryn Mahoney is no stranger to death. In fact, she’s always been fascinated by the science of it. So she’s thrilled to finally get some hands-on experience in forensics working as her father’s assistant. But Cammie is in for more than she bargained for when the second case that she attends turns out to be someone she knows—the latest victim of a serial killer known as the Christopher Killer. And if dealing with that isn’t hard enough, Cammie soon realizes that if she’s not careful, she might wind up as the killer’s next victim…” –Goodreads
My Opinion: I loved this book. Cameryn is the assistant to a forensic pathologist who also happens to be her father. And everything is going great Cameryn is learning more about becoming a forensic pathologist, that is until her little town of Silverton gets one of its first murders. And it also just happens that the murder victim is Rachel, her friend and colleague at a diner that she works at. Since she has studied a lot on forensic pathology her father asks her to assist in the investigation, but i think even if her father hadn’t asked her she still would have investigated what happened to her friend. Any ways Cammie has always been skeptic of psychics , and when Jewel a television psychics says where the body is and that he is communicating with Rachel. Cammie starts believing a little in his premonitions but is still skeptical because there has to be a reason as to why Jewel knows to much. Cammie sounds like an awesome character, she is very reliable and self-sufficient. I liked her.
Overall: 4 out of 5
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2 responses »

  1. Pingback: Review: The Angel of Death (Forensic Mystery #2) By Alane Ferguson « Novel Society

  2. I loved this book. Its kind of sad how the first mystery that she solved was her friend. I wanted to thank a librarian for introducing me to the series. Im on the third book so far. Im a young author and I would love the desire to go into forensic. A glimpse of a passionate but sinister story is the thing I need.

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