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From Wall Street Journal best-selling authors Brian Shea and Ty Hutchinson

Women from the American heartland are being abducted, caged, and murdered. And FBI Agent Sterling Gray is racing to catch the killer.

But when a similar incident occurs halfway around the world, Sterling’s investigation is turned on its head.

After several missing university students turn up dead in Iowa’s cornfields, the police turn to FBI Special Agent Sterling Gray, a rising star at the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit. After painstaking investigative work, Gray thought they had identified the killer. 

But when Interpol suddenly contacts him about a similar investigation in London, the case takes a shocking turn. 

Now Gray must follow the chilling trail of a killer known only as the Mirror Man. A cunning and blackhearted criminal who is terrorizing the city of London. To catch him, Gray must get inside the killer’s twisted mind—without losing himself in the process....

Join Special Agent Sterling Gray as he chases the Mirror Man in this riveting new FBI profiler series that will keep you guessing until the very end.

©2022 Brian Shea and Ty Hutchinson (P)2022 Severn River Publishing

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If Brian Shea had a hand in writing it…

… I’m going to read it!!
I really like Brian Shea. I have everything he’s written in my library including his two series (Boston Crime Thriller and Nick Lawrence series) as well as the Rachel Hatch series that he coauthors with L T Ryan.
My heart was in my throat. Somewhere around chapter 17 one almost victim runs out of the killers house just as the police and FBI Agent Sterling Gray pull into his driveway. But this is only the beginning. Soon after similar murders begin taking place in the UK. Again a victim gets away. Unfortunately the killer gets away also. DNA tests have startling results…
This book has a good bit of predictability but I didn’t feel like that took away from it’s entertainment value.
Jonathan Beville does an exceptional job narrating.
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Action-packed new series.

I recently read Hunting the Mirror Man and really enjoyed it, I’ve included my original review after this introduction based on listening to the review copy of the audio book I received from the publisher. Listening to Jonathan Beville’s narration held me spellbound, his ability to bring all the characters to life through a variety of voices made it much mor an experience than had he just read it.

This first installment in the new Sterling Gray series by Brian Shea and Ty Hutchinson is an action-packed roller-coaster ride. It was interesting to see how the authors developed Sterling’s backstory as they moved the serial killer story along in an unpredictable fashion. While Sterling is an accomplished Profiler, he has the unenviable tendency to get on the wrong side of his FBI Supervisor, not to mention tank his personal life. If this book is any predictor of this series, I’m looking forward to the next episode to see how Sterling succeeds or not in the previously mentioned areas. I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book from the publisher and chose to provide my review.