Review: A Perfect Obsession by Heather Graham

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Perfect suspense from New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham! The latest book in her New York Confidential series. 

Someone is murdering beautiful young women in the New York area and displaying them in mausoleums and underground tombs. The FBI is handling the case, with Special Agent Craig Frasier as lead. 
Kieran Finnegan, forensic psychologist and part owner of Finnegan's, her family's pub, is consulting on the case. Craig and Kieran are a couple who've worked together on more than one occasion. On this occasion, though, Craig fears for the safety of the woman he loves. Because the killer is too close. The body of a young model is found in a catacomb under a two-hundred-year-old church, now deconsecrated and turned into a nightclub. A church directly behind Finnegan's in lower Manhattan. 
As more women are murdered, their bodies discovered in underground locations in New York, it's clear that the police and the FBI are dealing with a serial killer. Craig and Kieran are desperate to track down the murderer, a man obsessed with female perfection. Obsessed enough to want to "preserve" that beauty by destroying the women who embody it…


Review:
Heather Graham has released another amazing suspense novel in the New York Confidential series. A Perfect Obsession is the second book in the New York Confidential series and it will start off where the first book ended.
Kieran Finnegan has continued in working with the police force about certain cases needed. And there is one case that definitely pipped her interest, especially it involves her brother too.  Her brothers are typically getting her trouble in her career and her relationship too. She has taken a big step with Craig by thinking about moving with each other. It is definitely great news for them but it does create a friction in their relationship whenever Kieran helps out her brother when it is not the best option.
Craig is definitely on the case about discovered bodies around the New York locations. However, he has a hutch feeling about these cases that it is going to take more finding in discovering what is the motive and who is the suspect. However, things are going to become complicated when he discovers that Kieran brother is involved with the case. It is going to take his patience in unraveling this complicated case without the media getting too involve neither.
This case is very interesting from the start. Everyone is a suspect that it is going to take some time to find out who it is. And trust me, it is definitely surprising who it is.
Four Stars. 

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