Publication Date: November 3, 2015
Page Count: 378
Published by: Disney-Hyperion
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Three casinos. Three bodies. Three days.
After a string of brutal murders in Las Vegas, Cassie Hobbes and the Naturals are called in to investigate. But even with the team's unique profiling talents, these murders seem baffling: unlike many serial killers, this one uses different methods every time. All of the victims were killed in public, yet the killer does not show up on any tape. And each victim has a string of numbers tattooed on their wrist. Hidden in the numbers is a code—and the closer the Naturals come to unraveling the mystery, the more perilous the case becomes.
Meanwhile, Cassie is dealing with an equally dangerous and much more painful mystery. For the first time in years, there's been a break in her mother's case. As personal issues and tensions between the team mount, Cassie and the Naturals will be faced with impossible odds—and impossible choices.
This is the best book of the series! It just keeps getting better and better. I had such a great time reading this book. Just when I thought things were going to be resolved, new evidence showed up and took the storyline in a whole new direction. Up to about the 80% mark the story was non-stop intensity, but the last 20% was SO exciting and creepy! And that ending? Holy crap, what did I just read?!?!?!
I'm loving the Naturals and their interactions with each other and how they know each other so well. They have this group mentality of one for all and all for one that works really well.
I loved that the 'triangle' from the first two books was nowhere to be found in this book. Actually, there really wasn't any romance at all in this book. And I was okay with that because it really would have taken the focus away from the story.
I can't think of anything negative to say about All In. I really enjoyed it!
If this were a movie:
I would totally watch it!
JLB does a great job of keeping up the suspense and tension in All In. This is a series that is definitely worth reading!
My rating: 4.5 stars