EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE
Cassidy's storytelling skills are strong
in this suspenseful tale of murder and unexpected romance. Though the story's premise is based on a coincidence that strains believability, the protagonists are likable, and the characters surrounding them, including all of the potential suspects, are well written and credible.
Annalise begins receiving unmarked boxes with old editions of her company's dolls inside, and Tyler starts work on a dangerous case involving a killer who's dressing up his victims in odd costumes. They soon discover the victims are being made to look like Blakely dolls -- the same ones Annalise is finding in those mysterious boxes -- and the killer is stalking Annalise for his final display. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Mar., 336 pp., $6.99)