Conduit was an interesting read. The main character, Emily, is physic, but she’s also a private investigator. As the story progresses, we find out that she’s the target of the serial killer’s creepy interest and the reason he’s torturing girls.
I don’t want to give away too much, so I won’t spoil anything. I think the relationship between Emily and Cassie, her best friend and business partner, is great. The two girls are almost like sisters, and they both claim Cassie’s aunt and uncle as their own substitute parents. Emily also gets into a relationship with the dashing jury consultant and he’s pretty smart about her work.
The two girls help the police, and their Uncle Leo, with the serial killer case. The book is written in in third person, so we keep getting bounced around from character perspective to character perspective. Author Angie Martin tries to bring life to each point of view, and for the most part does a decent job. I did feel like the writing style dried up at times, so there was this missing link between me and the story. I also felt like the plot was a little cliche, since I predicted the ending while I was only a third of the way through the book. But if you’re into serial killer crimes, this is a good read for you.