Hunting the Mirror Man

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Pub Date 31 May 2022 | Archive Date 17 May 2022

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Women from the American heartland are being abducted, caged, and murdered. And FBI Agent Sterling Gray is racing to catch the killer.

But when a similar incident occurs halfway around the world, Sterling’s investigation is turned on its head.

After several missing university students turn up dead in Iowa’s cornfields, the police turn to FBI Special Agent Sterling Gray, a rising star at the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit. After painstaking investigative work, Gray thought they had identified the killer.

But when Interpol suddenly contacts him about a similar investigation in London, the case takes a shocking turn.

Now Gray must follow the chilling trail of a killer known only as The Mirror Man. A cunning and blackhearted criminal who is terrorizing the city of London. To catch him, Gray must get inside the killer’s twisted mind—without losing himself in the process…

Join Special Agent Sterling Gray as he chases The Mirror Man in this riveting new FBI profiler series that will keep you guessing until the very end.


Women from the American heartland are being abducted, caged, and murdered. And FBI Agent Sterling Gray is racing to catch the killer.

But when a...

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Agent Sterling Gray is an FBI profiler in the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU). He gets called to a case in Iowa where girls are going missing and then showing up dead. The clock is ticking, as the killer only keeps the girls alive for 3 days. Interpol then contacts Gray, and asks for his help on a similar case in London. Gray goes to London to help solve this case. That’s when things get turned upside down. Gray has to now get inside the killer’s mind in order to find out who he is and how to find him. Only, the killer has eyes on Gray.

This was an absolutely fantastic book. It had everything that I wanted from it and more. It started out extremely creepy, kept me engaged, and it was gripping. There are twists, shocks, and reveals that I never saw coming.

I loved that there was a dual story line, and it was really pushed forward with a lot of dialogue. The authors did an excellent job with the police procedural aspect of it, as well as being able to convey how Agent Gray came about his profile. I really liked seeing his process.

I don’t even know what the next book is about in this series, but I already want to read it.

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Hard to review without spoilers. Women are disappearing and ending up dead near the college in Ames Iowa. FBI Agent Gray is called in to help find the killer. After solving the mystery he is sent to London where similar cases have been going unsolved. A fast paced murder mystery that will keep your attention from page one through the end of the book
I’m grateful to NetGalley for an advanced copy of,this novel,

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Good book! This book had some great suspense, intrigue, action, and great police work! It had quite a few shocking twists and turns! And a great who done it! I will definitely recommend reading this book! It was well worth reading! Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for sharing this book with me!

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Loved the dual continent aspect of this engaging thriller, taking us from America to England to track a killer. The profiling of the killer was fascinating and the author did an amazing job of presenting the different approaches to a common goal across the two countries. Clever and creepy book!

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