I highly recommend award winning author Meg Gardiner’s novel Into the Black Nowhere.
I only recently read about Meg Gardiner, as I was reading about the Texas Book Festival held at the end of October, here in Austin, TX. I was looking at the authors that would be attending, and started a list of who I wanted to meet. Meg will be attending and I added her to the list because she recently wrote this book, Into the Black Nowhere, based in Texas – really close to where I live! To be completely honest – this book really scared the pants off of me, and I ended up buying a taser after reading it!!
For me, this book was an all-time thriller. It was inspired by Ted Bundy, who is an actual real life serial killer – which makes it even more thrilling.
Into the Black Nowhere focuses on FBI Special Agent Caitlin Hendrix, as she tries to solve the case of an out of control serial killer in Texas. She travels through the state as the serial killer finds his victims.
If you are familiar with Texas, especially the Austin area, I think you will find this an interesting read! Knowing some of the places that were mentioned in the book gave me a much better visual.
This book will keep you at the edge of your seat the entire time; Hendrix is so close to finding the truth the entire time – it feels so good when she finally does!