Madison’s friend, Robert Sutton had convinced her that the best way for Madison to have her photography skills noticed was to cover a VIP’s charity party. Trusting her friend, Madison made her way over to Vance Goldston’s Staten Island estate. After taking hundreds of pictures, Madison was ready to leave. While looking for her host, she heard his voice coming through a closed door. When that door opened, Vance Goldston and a battered and bruised woman emerged.
Madison couldn’t get away from Vance Goldston’s home, and onto the Staten Island Ferry fast enough. Vance Goldston was a monster, and his assistant, Seth, creeped her out. Madison was looking forward to putting this night behind her and climbing into her warm bed. But a peaceful nights sleep was not in the cards for her. Madison held her breath and gripped the cold rail to steady herself. A woman was being murdered right before her eyes. Not thinking clearly, Madison impulsively snapped a picture, lighting up the night with her flash. The killer turned to look at Madison, dropped his victim and started after her.
Although the book could use some editing, I found the story to be enjoyable and compelling.
I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
4 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover