Known for bringing characters to life in her mystery thrillers, Collins achieves that feat again in Exposure. The story is structured using two convergent plots and two distinct settings, heightening suspense with every page.
Kaycee Raye of Wilmore, Ky., is a columnist whose dubious life experiences lead her to face her fears in print. While her column in the local paper helps people deal with irrational insecurities and phobias, her bravery dissipates when she begins to see her own worst nightmares coming true.
The burning sense that she is being watched becomes real when she finds evidence in her home. Meanwhile, in the alternate setting of Atlantic City, a bank robbery and a murder baffle the community, but one woman’s intuition tells her far more than she ever wanted to know.
The alternating plot lines and compelling characters in Exposure will likely be adequate to capture the reader’s attention from cover to cover, but the twist of events at the end is most rewarding. Collins even provides an epilogue for those who need answers to the lingering questions raised by this captivating story.
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