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review Caged author Ellison Cooper 103 ê FBI neuroscientist Sayer Altair hunts for evil in the deepest recesses of the human mind Still reeling from the death of her fiance she wants nothing than to focus on her research into the brains of serial killers But when the Washington DC police stumble upon a gruesome murder scene involving a girl who'd been He discovers that another girl has been taken and is teetering on the brink of death With evidence unraveling around her Sayer races to save the second victim but soon realizes that they are hunting a killer with a dangerous obsessiona killer who is closer than she though. This book really captures all the crime TV vibes think Criminal Mind which is one of my favorite shows so major win for me  If you too are a fan of shows such as this than CAGED need to make its way into your life as soon as humanly possible Ellison Cooper being a debut novelist came as a bit of a surprise to me Her writing is clean and the story line flowed with ease What set Ellison apart is that the events that take place within this story are gore to the core but are logic and not a complete stretch of the imagination There is just the right amount of thrills gore and electrifying suspenseWhat a mind trick Ellison Cooper plays on her reader There were SO many times that I thought I was on to who the sociopath committing all these murders was and while I did catch on before the reveal it was shocking it took me as long as it did with all the subtle clues that I had missed  I also am a sucker for novels with a strong female lead and CAGED most certainly has just that with our main female detective Sayer I kind of wish this was a series because I ended this wanting to continue stalking out serial killers with Sayer I prefer to edify my mind rather than fill it with tripe and horrorFront start to finish this novel had me captivated There was not a moment where I wanted to pause the action that just kept elevating all the way to its satisfying ending While I wish that there was further elaboration on the topic in which this novel ends it was a satisfying cliffhanger This ending will leave you pleading for I cannot wait to get my hands on whatever Ellison releases next I'll leave you with this passage from CAGED where I feel Ellison described her very own book perfectly it was like writing a mystery novel throw in a few red herrings a few exciting breakthroughhonestly its better than any of those crime drama TV showsBlog | Instagram | Twitter

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FBI neuroscientist Sayer Altair hunts for evil in the deepest recesses of the human mind Still reeling from the death of her fiance she wants nothing than to focus on her research into the brains of serial killers But when the Washington DC police stumble upon a gruesome. Caged by Ellison Cooper is a police procedural thriller with a bit of a twist on the lead investigator Sayer Altair is with the FBI and a neuroscientist that has been doing a study of serial killers or specifically their brains and trying to find anomalies that would distinguish them from normal human brainsWhen two patrol officers get a call to an abandoned residence to check out a call to 911 from young girl they find the home closed up tight Neighbors say they haven’t seen anyone coming or going there and without a definite point of origin for the call they leave Twelve days later a call comes in for a horrible smell from the same abandoned home Not only do they find the body of a young woman but both officers get shotSayer Altair gets the call to lead the investigation into the homicide of the girl when it looks as if she was left alone to starve to death in a cage The victim is soon identified as the daughter of a senator bringing the case into the spotlight and with evidence leading them the wrong direction Sayer finds herself struggling to make sense of the case when another victim is in dangerFirst I’ll say I’m a bit hit or miss with police procedurals things need to line up just right to make me love them overall Caged really started off a strong read and I thought I would fall in love with it but slowly along the way I found little things here and there that brought my rating down a bit with this oneFirst I liked the idea of Sayer being a neuroscientist but at times I don’t think i was used enough in the book to make it stand out The characters in here didn’t really stand out much other than the detail about Sayer so I didn’t really fall in love with them The author seemed to concentrate on making the investigation feel real and sometimes too many little details get a tad boring to me but on the flip side of that some of the things also didn’t feel believable say calling up the lab about a test and they run one while on the phone er those things take timeSo as you can see I was a bit up and down with this story as I was going along Then I’d say fairly early on for this type of read I saw right through and picked out the killer too Now there were plenty of suspicions and suspects tossed in so perhaps it was just plain luck but I’d also would have been excited to be wrong so in the end the book ended up a bit meh for meI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor review please visit

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Caged author Ellison CoopMurder scene involving a girl who'd been slowly starved to death while held captive in a cage Sayer is called in to lead the investigation When the victim is identified as the daughter of a high profile senator Sayer is thrust into the spotlightAs public pressure mounts s. Wow Wow Ummmm yeah Wow Caged was a pulse pounding edge of your seat who the hell done it and shit I didn’t see that coming thriller It kept me guessing the entire read It has all the flavors for the mix needed for a good read a strong female FBI agent with a twisty past a sick twisted psychopath killer running wild as well as a fun mix of other characters to keep you reading and keep you entertained 5 stars for this one Loved it❤️