Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not Murky water sloshed through the gaps in the jetty s algae covered planks Electricity ran down her spine The victim s torso was missing circles of flesh Jess had seen marks like this before a long time

  • Title: Forget Me Not
  • Author: Kierney Scott
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  • Page: 343
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  • Murky water sloshed through the gaps in the jetty s algae covered planks Electricity ran down her spine The victim s torso was missing circles of flesh Jess had seen marks like this before a long time ago But that killer was already dead, wasn t he When the lifeless body of a young woman is found washed up in the blisteringly hot back waters of a small town, DetectiveMurky water sloshed through the gaps in the jetty s algae covered planks Electricity ran down her spine The victim s torso was missing circles of flesh Jess had seen marks like this before a long time ago But that killer was already dead, wasn t he When the lifeless body of a young woman is found washed up in the blisteringly hot back waters of a small town, Detective Jess Bishop knows for certain this isn t the murderer s first kill.Two other bodies have been found, both bearing the same marks Marks that strike fear into Jess s heart They are identical to those from a case she s spent her entire career trying to forget.As Jess and her team try to link the victims, another body is discovered, and they fear the serial killer is taunting them They know it s only a matter of time before he kills again.As the body count rises, and the hunt goes cold, Jess knows she has to confront her past in order to catch the killer, even if that means making herself the bait Forget Me Note is a gripping and heart stopping thriller full of twists and perfect for fans of Robert Dugoni, Karin Slaughter, Robert Bryndza and Lisa Gardner.

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    1. 4.5 stars! I loved this gripping and suspenseful novel!From the very first page, I immediately liked the main character, FBI Special Agent Jessica Bishop (Jess). I felt an instant connection with her and admired her tough-girl, don’t-mess-with-me personality. The story follows Jess and a team of FBI agents on a case hunting down a horrific serial killer. The suspense kept me addicted all the way through. I truly enjoyed reading every single page and had a constant feeling of being anxious to f [...]

    2. 3.5 StarsI was lost in the dark, unusual, unearthly craggy coulee with Lindsay reading Forget Me Not. Forget Me Not is a haunting, chilling psychological thriller with a little ick to it that had us a little uncomfortable in the craggy dark trenches of the Coulee looking for a more comfortable place to settle in. It didn’t take long to warm up and find a more grassier sheltered spot as we got to know our flawed and guarded main character, Detective Jess Bishop. We really liked her right from t [...]

    3. The dismembered body of Lydia Steiner was found washed up in the waters of a Louisiana swamp. Detective Jess Bishop knows that this is not the murderers first kill. Three other dismembered bodies have been found, all bearing the same marks. As Jess and her team try to link the victims, another body is found and they fear the serial killer is taunting them.This is the first book in a new series to feature Detective Jess Bishop. At first, Jess, is not a very likeable character until we learn a bit [...]

    4. I would have enjoyed this story more if I hadn't found the characters so irritating, especially Jess. As I rolled my eyes at her, the other characters only found her pompousness charming. If only a few of them reacted the way I would imagine most people would, I would have found it more realistic. It made it hard to connect with anyone, and therefore hard to really care about the story. I also found the ending a little ridiculous. Despite my issues, there were moments that made me chuckle which [...]

    5. At first I was unsure about Jess Bishop, she's more than a little unwelcoming. This lasted maybe two chapters. After that, I was all in. Clever, challenging, disconcerting, different, and never, never dull, this is a woman I want to spend time with. She makes a few questionable decisions, but i'm willing to let her off on the grounds that the shit was really hitting the fan hard at the time. She makes the book for sure (with a little extra thrown in by her returning partner, Jamison, who i'm pic [...]

    6. Detective Jess Bishop is called in when a body is found washed ashore in a Louisiana swamp and immediately the detectives know that this is the work of a serial killer. The body of Lydia Steiner is found with certain marks that have also been on three other dismembered bodies found recently but those marks are familiar to Jess and she just hopes the past is not catching up to her now that she is a detective. As Jess and her partner start to investigate the case trying to find any clue or link th [...]

    7. I would like to thank Netgalley and Bookouture for an advance copy of Now You See Me, the first in a projected series of police procedurals to feature Special Agent Jessica Bishop.Jess is sent to Louisiana with her partner, Alex Chan, to investigate a dismembered body. They find most of the body parts apart from the head, confirming that they are hunting a serial killer as this is the third such body found across the country. With no identification on any of the corpses it is an uphill struggle [...]

    8. We’ve all established that I have a morbid fascination with serial killer thrillers by now, right? I’m always on the hunt for a new book, or even better a series to follow featuring a kick ass detective or FBI agent and I’m SO excited that Now You See Me is the start of a new series following Jess Bishop, an agent with flaws galore and the kind of backstory that can take several books to unravel.Jess is not the most likable woman, but as much as she tried to be that way, I liked her anyway [...]

    9. This book was full of very unlikeable characters in particular Jess the main detective. I tried to like this book but it just wasn't for me. Parts of it dragged out and others seemed to be skimmed over. Thanks to Netgalley and Bookouture for a copy of this book to read and review

    10. Looking for a new murder/detective series and love characters who have "issues?" This just may be a good place to start. It's the first installment featuring 34-year-old FBI Special Agent Jess Bishop, who brings sins of the past to a whole new level. To that end, she reminds me a bit of J.D. Robb's Lt. Eve Dallas, although Jess tends to be more melodramatic, devoid of emotion and on the whole rather unlikable. Still, she's a hard-working, get-the-job-done detective and an intriguing character I' [...]

    11. There’s been a lot of title changes prepublication recently to some of Bookouture’s books and this one, from Now You See Me to Forget Me Not, makes a lot of sense and I also love the new cover compared to the old one. A book needs a good title and a standout cover and the one for Now You See Me was bland and made it look like any old generic crime thriller. Jess Bishop is an intriguing character. Others have pointed out that they don’t like her, but I loved her. She pushes people out, does [...]

    12. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it kept me at the edge of my seat. It took me a little bit to warm up to the main character but I felt I could understand more as the story progressed. The plot kept me guessing what was going to happen next and this book was definitely out of the ordinary. I was excited to finish this book but also didn’t want to end, so this was the great recipe for a page turner. Some might be put of by some of the characters and I was for a little while but overall fully [...]

    13. Well It has been a long time since I finished a book and said: "That's it? Where's the rest? How?" Can't wait to read the next book of the series!! The story and characters were so well-defined that I WAS Jess. I was living her life with her, living her fears, her joys, her issues and suspected the same persons that she did. Many thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for the e-copy of the book!

    14. A thoroughly engaging and addictive serial killer thriller here from Kierney Scott, with an interesting and nicely layered main protagonist who has an intriguing and well imagined obfuscated background that keeps you on board with her even through her rather ill considered choices.Now You See Me is a great book one for a potentially exciting series to come, whilst I'm not sure I saw anything particularly new or improved on the genre here that isn't a problem because if you love this type of stor [...]

    15. In brief - I'm not quite sure about this one, pacey and wouldn't have stopped reading it but not convinced maybe.This is the first book in a series about Jess Bishop, an FBI agent, and the cases she handles. This one is about a serial killer who dismembers women's bodies and appears to keep the heads. Jess has had a partner for a couple of years now, Chan, however early on in this story her previous partner of 10 years, Jamison, reappears. He was very close to Jess but has been on undercover ope [...]

    16. I often tell myself I really don’t need a new series in my life but when one pops up that sounds as good as this one, I just can’t help myself. And I can already tell you right now that I’ll be keeping an eye on this one in future.Now You See Me introduces us to Jess Bishop, who works for the FBI. That bit right there already sold it to me as I really enjoy all things FBI. Their investigations don’t stop at state borders, widening the scenery but also the suspect pool. In fact in this st [...]

    17. Hmm. I've had some pretty excellent luck lately with trying new-to-me lady authors in the crime and mystery genre and I had hoped to add Scott to that list after reading the synopsis of this one. But alas I'll have to see what book two in the Detective Jess Bishop series brings; though I'm not writing her off just yet.There was nothing worse than seeing death firsthand; it was like being violently assaulted by your own mortalityW YOU SEE ME has a creepy awful mystery that I would have enjoyed mo [...]

    18. Jessica (Jess) Bishop is an intelligent, brash, emotionally stunted, by the book FBI agent. She surrounds herself with high walls to keep people from getting too close, physically and emotionally. Even the two people she has let in don’t know all her secrets. She uses sex with random strangers to numb herself to all her emotions.Jamison was her partner for 8 years before he left to go undercover for 2 years. They were best friends. When he returns, he and Jess struggle to find their balance ag [...]

    19. I was captivated by the synopsis of Forget Me Not. I love serial killer thrillers and I thought this would be one that I would really enjoy. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out that way for me. I had a hard time liking the characters and some parts of the story just didn’t hold my interest. I wish that there was more focus on the case at hand rather than the main character’s relationships and the drama in her life. Things did pick up towards the end but overall I wasn’t thrilled with it. T [...]

    20. Now You See Me” starts with a bang, a killer hook prologue that tells you that the bad guy is just going to be one of the #baddest guys out there. We are talking pure psychopath material here, this guy has no empathy or remorse. This guy is going for the kill and that scene where he is sitting in the car practising a smile so as to get it just right, tingled my spine from top to bottom!You know that way you read a book as though a movie is playing out in your head? You do? Well, I have just re [...]

    21. FBI Detective Jess Bishop is working the case of a serial killer. The killer's style is the same as an old case that Jess has spent years trying to forget. While she searches for the killer, she tries to cope with unpleasant memories from her past and deal with current personal drama. Her old partner, Jamison, has returned to the FBI and they are reassigned as partners. This brings complications into Jess's professional and personal life.An interesting crime mystery novel. The mystery part of th [...]

    22. This sounded like a book that fitted nicely into the category of books I enjoy. I'd heard a lot of good things about it so I was quite looking forward to it. Sadly I found it disappointing. I think this was mainly the fact that I found it very difficult to like any of the characters, particularly Jess Bishop.She has obviously had a bad time. She is totally unable to form good trusting relationships with anyone. If I had been unfortunate enough to be partnered with her I would feel very insecure! [...]

    23. *4.25 Stars*I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Jessica Bishop is an FBI agent. She is currently working on a case where the victims’ limbs and heads are cut off.Part of the ritual of the killer reminds her of something in her past.As the story goes, we learn more and more about that past.I enjoyed this book a lot. Even though it felt pretty short, I still felt deep connections to the characters, especially Jess.I really liked her, her spirit and even her fault [...]

    24. This is one for those who like their murders gritty and don’t mind graphic descriptions. It is one helluva well plotted thriller.First in a new series in what I understand is a new genre for author Kierney Scott, and it makes for compulsive reading. I love the lead character of FBI Special Agent Jess Bishop who comes complete with flaws and she makes for riveting reading. Slowly, bit by bit her history comes to light as the layers are peeled back in tandem with the case progression. There is p [...]

    25. Wow, talk about an intense ride. I absolutely fell in love with Jess Bishop and her partner Jamison. She was relate-able and I felt like I was able to identify with some of her flaws. The story line was twisted and unique. I have never read a crime thriller like this one before and I can't wait to get my hands on the next book in this series.Kierney Scott is clearly one of if not the best crime thriller authors of our time. I highly recommend to anyone that wants to be sitting on the edge of the [...]

    26. Now this is a book which will get your attention. Someone is targeting lone women, luring them into a trap and then murdering them, leaving all the hallmarks of a case which is very personal for one of the Agents working the case. FBI Agent Jess Bishop has a somewhat checkered past, not of her making, but something which has affected her whole life. As she begins to recognise echoes of her past in some of the key evidence from her current case she faces the dilemma of being honest with her boss [...]

    27. Thank you to Netgalley, the author and the Publishers for this review copy, given in exchange for an honest review. Also thank you to Noelle, from Bookouture, for organising the Blog Tour!My first Kierney Scott book. Also the book number one in the Detective Jess Bishop series. As it’s the first in the series, there are no problems with this book being read as a standalone novel. Just for information, it is a US based book.If I’m to be brutally honest, I didn’t really enjoy this book at th [...]

    28. With thanks to Netgalley and Bookoutre for this ARC in exchange for an open and honest review.The book starts when Special Agents Jess Bishop and Chan are called to the body of a young woman found dead in a swamp in Louisiana. Her head had been decapitated and she could only be identified from a breast implant following a mastectomy procedure. The victim was called Lydia Steiner who went missing on her way to a sorority meeting on the otherwise of the country.Whilst in Louisianna her old partner [...]

    29. I am sorry to say this book just did not work for me. The main characters Jess & Jamison, I didn’t like. Throughout the whole story you felt as if you were missing something from their back story. Almost like you need to read a book prior to this one, but this is the first in the series. Maybe the future books will flush out more to their relationship/past. To me Jess was weak and NEVER had her partners back, as an FBI agent I think that is vital. She was not very likeable at all. And beca [...]

    30. Now You See Me is billed as a gripping serial killer thriller. Does it live up to this? Unfortunately not for me. Whilst I did enjoy this book, I found it somewhat predictable and a bit bland. I think it was the main characters, Jess and Jamison where I felt something was lacking with them. Perhaps as the series progresses more will be revealed about them but I felt the depth wasn’t there.I would rate this book as 3.5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley, Bookouture and the author for the chance to r [...]

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