Deadly Waters by Dot Hutchinson- Book Review

I have loved many books by @dot_hutchison, especially the Collector series, so I knew that when I saw she had a new book coming out that I definitely wanted to read it. I have to admit this one fell a little short for me. I liked the female cast, especially Rebecca and her very blunt friend Ellie. I also enjoyed the feminine power that was displayed through out the story but I just had a hard time getting behind the premise of alligators. If you read this one, then you will know what I’m talking about. I don’t want to say too much and give things away. I did enjoy a few twist and turns along the way and the ending, in my opinion, was the best part. Thank you to @netgalley and @thomasmerceruk for the ARC. This book comes out September 1! I give this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️.

Synopsis: Florida journalism undergrad Rebecca Sorley is like any other college student. She tries to keep up with her studies, her friends, and her hot-tempered roommate, Ellie, who regularly courts trouble with the law. When a male student’s remains are found in alligator-infested waters, the university warns students to stay away from the reptiles. But then a second body shows up, and the link is undeniable. Both men belonged to the same fraternity and had a reputation for preying on and hurting women. Ellie has previously threatened to kill men who don’t take no for an answer. Rebecca and her friends thought Ellie was kidding. But now a vigilante killer is roaming campus–someone who knows how to dispose of rapists. Someone determined to save female students from horrible crimes. With each passing day, those who know Ellie become more convinced she’s responsible. But if she is, stopping her might not be in everyone’s best interest…

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