While clearing out emails at the psychiatrists office that she works in, Jenna Scali comes across a few that are a bit disturbing. Someone has sent emails describing murdering someone but trying to reply only bounces back. Jenna tells her boss what has happened worrying that it may have something to do with him or the office.
Finding out that a young woman has actually been murdered and Jenna coming to realize that the killer is actually sending to her she finally breaks down and contacts the police. Another body turns up and Jenna decides to begin doing some investigating on her own into these horrible crimes.
e-Murderer is one of those books that sounds great and I thought I’d be completely hooked but unfortunately this one only ended up being just OK to me. The biggest problem being I’m not even sure if I was even 20-25% into the book when I had the actual killer picked out.
Otherwise with this one the writing was good and the idea behind the story interesting. Also enjoyed the characters in the story. Jenna was and independent female with an ex that had done her wrong so was casually seeing a few people and not wanting to settle down. She had some interesting friends as supporting characters in the book that I also enjoyed.
Overall, 3.5 stars due to being too easy to figure out but otherwise an enjoyable cozy mystery.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.