Blog Tour Review, Out of Sight

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Out of Sight
Ruhi Choudhary

330 pages
published December 11, 2023

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About the book

When a young woman is found murdered in the woods, Detective Mackenzie Price and her partner Nick Blackwood are first on the scene. The harrowing discovery leaves them both breathless—the victim’s left eye has been removed. Mackenzie identifies the victim as Whitney Smythe, a lost soul with troubled past, and makes another shocking discovery—Whitney recently gave birth.

Reeling from the scene, Mackenzie and her team soon discover that this case is very similar to a murder that happened thirty years ago. But the killer was captured and died behind bars, so how can the two murders possibly be connected?

When a second body washes ashore with her left eye missing, Mackenzie is certain—there’s a serial killer on the loose and she has to stop them before they pick their next victim.

Mackenzie soon discovers that both victims were connected to a commune just outside of town, a breakthrough that changes the whole course of the investigation. But every step Mackenzie takes towards discovering who the sadistic serial killer is puts her closer to mortal danger. Because someone close to her has a personal connection to the case—and they’re not telling the truth…

A completely gripping and pulse-pounding crime thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat flipping the pages deep into the night. Perfect for fans of Lisa Regan, Karin Slaughter and Robert Dugoni.


My Review

Oh I liked the strife among the team in this one.  A new twist in the series.  And the trouble that Mackenzie gets herself into.  Always for good reasons, but still.  As always I am a fan of how hard Mackenzie and her team work to follow the leads and find justice.

There is a cult and either a dormant killer back on the loose or a copy cat that is removing their victims’ eyes.  This one had me at creepy.  So is the cult leader part of it all, or just his own evil?

This is a fast paced procedural with an intricate plot that drew me in from the start and kept me wanting more.  I like the main character Mackenzie or Mad Mack.  She is gutsy and tenacious as she follows the clues and tries to stop the bad guy from continuing to victimize the cult women.

This case easily stands alone but the relationships of the characters grow from book to book, so while you can easily read this one as a stand alone, I recommend the entire series.

About the author

Ruhi Choudhary discovered her passion for writing when she was seven years old and wrote her first Star Trek episode. Being a fan of the dark and twisted, she found her calling in crime thriller. She likes to write stories that make you a little uncomfortable and characters that you struggle to make up your mind about but stay with you.

She lives in Toronto and spends her days training to be a scientist and wishing it rained more often!

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