Fourteen years ago, the police caged a notorious serial killer who abducted and butchered two victims every February. He was safe behind bars. Wasn't he?
But then another body is discovered, and soon enough, the race is on to catch the real killer. Neuropsychologist Kyra Sullivan fights to use a new technology that accesses the minds of the witnesses, working with the police to uncover the truth. Will Kyra discover the person behind the murders, and if so, at what cost? And how far will she go to ensure justice is served?
Thanks to Gollancz for my ARC of ‘Witness X’ by SE Moorhead.
Set in 2035, Kyra Sullivan is neuropsychologist who has developed a machine that allows her to get into people's minds and replay their memories.
Using the technology Kyra sets about finding a serial killer who started is killings some 14 years prior.
Kyra is resolute and hell-bent on finding the killer and SE Moorhead has created a strong determined character.
An interesting and intriguing premise, it’s a serial killer thriller with a futuristic difference and is a very well thought out, excellently written thriller that tanks along At apace.
An enjoyable, inventive, compulsive thriller.