Book Review: You Can Hide

Hey, readers. I read my first Rebecca Zanetti book last year. You Can Run was one of my top reads for 2021. I eagerly awaited the sequel. You Can Hide releases on November 29, but you can pre-order a copy now. I was fortunate enough to receive an advanced reader copy from Net Galley.

My Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Wow! What else can I say about this book? I thought You Can Run, the first of the series, was fantastic. This one surpasses it.

FBI Special Agent Laurel Snow is back in her hometown of Genesis Valley after a brief time in Washington, DC. There’s a serial killer on the loose and his target is highly intelligent professional women. Laurel’s half-sister Abigail is a likely target.

Once again Laurel is paired with Agent Huck Rivers. There is an undeniable chemistry between the two of them. When his ex-fiancée shows up, it creates tension between the two of them. Not only that, Abigail claims interest in Huck.

Readers will see familiar characters and new ones are introduced. I especially liked Nestor, who is not your average computer geek.  

Zanetti throws in clues to keep the reader guessing the killer’s identity, and it wasn’t until the last few chapters of the book that I figured it out. While this book wrapped up with a satisfactory ending, the author left some things open that I hope will be addressed in future books.

After all, “What’s the likelihood of two serial killers working in our small Genesis Valley within months of each other?”

A solid five stars from me.

Thanks to Net Galley and Kensington Books for an advanced reader copy.

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  1. I absolutely LOVE this series. I really liked how she addressed serial killers in the same town (see your quote above). So nice for an author to be aware of the absurdity of the situation and address it in a clever way. I, too, can’t wait for the next one. Excellent review, Joan.

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