Book review: Gardiner’s heroine heading for TV — but has a mystery to solve first – Florida Times

INTO THE BLACK NOWHERE

Author: Meg Gardiner

Data: 384 pages, Dutton, $26

By Brandy Hilboldt Allport

For the Times-Union

Edgar Award-winning author Meg Gardiner offers readers yet another thriller with “Into the Black Nowhere.”

Protagonist Caitlin Hendrix, who debuted in Gardiner’s crime novel from 2017 called “Unsub,” (FBI lingo for “unknown subject”) is back. As a rookie FBI agent in the Behavioral Analysis Unit, she tracks disturbed criminals all over the U.S. while maintaining a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend.

In a small town in southern Texas near Austin, someone is abducting women on Saturday nights. Two victims turned up dead in the woods. Both were brutalized, dressed in white nightgowns and surrounded by Polaroids of more, similar looking women, who had also been murdered and were clad identically. Caitlin and

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