Hell's Highwayby Published 20 Dec 2011
FBI Agents Cameron Ross and Andrea Sullivan found the unexpected when they met amongst the warm red rocks and cliffs of Sedona—each other. That commitment, along with their ingenuity, courage and resolve, will be tested along the most barren of stretches in California’s Mojave Desert.
Someone is using the bleak highways to dump women’s bodies, but in a landscape where an inviting road can curve into a sand-choked mirage, and a true oasis can be invisible under a white-hot sun, clues can blow away in the wind.
In this sequel to Devil’s Rock, Gerri Hill pits two remarkable women against the harsh and bitter desert and an implacable killer.
"Hell's Highway" Reviews
Even Better than the first, made my heart pump faster and the sex was great too....
A sequel to Devil's Rock and another murder mystery that matches it in intensity. I seldom read murder mysteries like these but these two books were really good. The cases both progressed with such suspense and the chase were as intense.
Despite all that, it's amazing how the author managed to show the bond between Cameron and Andrea so strongly. I really liked how there wasn't any angst to clog up the mystery plot that was unfolding.
All in all, these books amazed me.
I love this series too!!! Would love to see some more of this awesome duo
Enjoyed the interaction between the two lead characters.
I’ve read the previous book and I would recommend doing so to people who may not have. It gives you a good background to the relationship/chemistry of these two badasses. Fair warning, this is a book with a series killer and there are some disturbing situations with detail as to what happened with the victims. That being said, my heart was beating hard at times and it seemed like I was right their with them, adrenaline pumping. Recommend if you like crime stories with some love mixed in.