* Review * THE UNDERTAKER’S DAUGHTER by Debra Webb

* Review * THE UNDERTAKER’S DAUGHTER by Debra WebbThe Undertaker's Daughter by Debra Webb
Series: The Undertaker's Daughter #.5
Published by Pink House Press on December 27, 2018
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Dr. Rowan DuPont and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department are hunting a serial killer. All the victims have one thing in common--they could be Rowan's twin, except her twin sister is dead.

Rowan grew up in a funeral home, surrounded by death, so her keen insights into homicide cases seldom fall short of the mark. Though growing up as the undertaker's daughter made her acutely aware of life and all its frailties, she is only human. Will her one mistake in this shocking case be her last one?


Debra Webb hooked me from the first page! With the prequel to her The Undertaker’s Daughter series Webb sets the stage for a manhunt for a serial killer who is knocking too close to home for Dr. Rowan DuPont’s comfort. In THE UNDERTAKER’S DAUGHTER the characters are easy to connect with, the drama is high and the set up for the story yet to come is intense. I loved every minute of it!

Rowan is a complex character with a high intensity job and a back story that makes her easy to sympathize with.

I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys an action packed serial killer mystery. This series is a continuation from book to book, so cliffhangerish.


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