Man Overboard by J.A. Jance

Man Overboard

This was my first J.A. Jance and it won’t be my last. The story is about a suicide that wasn’t really a suicide. It was the work of a serial killer who convinces people with a history of suicide or depression to commit suicide by cyber-bullying. The story focuses on the killer, and the staff of High Noon, a cyber security company that is investigating the “suicide” who happens to be a friend of one the High Noon employees, Stuart. This the 12th book in the Ali Reynolds series. The only bad thing about starting in the middle is I feel like I missed some of the character development. But the story line was enough to keep me intriguing.

Availability:  COSMOS
Review Submitted by: Lynette Starke
Rating:  Highly Recommended
Challenge: Published in 2017

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