Dead Girls by Graeme Cameron

Dead Girls

I may not remember everything, but I know he won’t hurt anyone else.I won’t let him. It’s been two months since a serial killer brutally attacked police detective Alisha Green and left her for dead. Two months since she could effortlessly recall simple things, since her mind felt remotely sound. The nameless killer thinks he knows her, thinks she’s just another dead girl among many. Ali Green plans to show him he’s dead wrong about that...

Details Dead Girls

TitleDead Girls
Release DateMay 29th, 2018
PublisherPark Row
GenreFiction, Suspense, Thriller

Reviews Dead Girls

  • Carrie
    Dead Girls by Graeme Cameron is a thriller that sounded as if it would be right up my alley with a police detective after revenge from the killer who had threatened her life. Unfortunately I found this one anything but a compelling thriller read.The story is that detective Alisha Green was brutally attacked and left for dead but she did manage to survive her attack. Now two months later other victims have been found and some are even still missin...
  • Liz Barnsley
    ALL the stars and then a few more. Read this today, couldn't stop. If you loved Normal you will LOVE this and it is genuinely brilliant. Addictive as sin and with a lot of sinning in it, irreverent, funny, dark and delicious. With yet another hugely compelling, unforgettable main protagonist.Big thumbs up! I've read it quite early as it is not out until May so I'll review properly nearer the time.But read "Normal" in the meantime if you haven't a...
  • Selena
    I received a free e-copy of Dead Girls by Graeme Cameron from NetGalley for my review.This is a crime novel about a Serial killer, on the loose. There are five girls missing and two dead police officers. Sgt. Ali Green is searching for the serial killer while dealing with some personal issues of her own. Ali gets brutally beaten by an unknown person, who she assumes is the serial killer. He know who she is but she is having trouble remembering th...
  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    I absolutely loved Normal when I first received it for review. It was so action packed and suspenseful, not to mention the fact that it was told from the villains point of view, something we don't get to see every day in these stories. Not only did we end up having feelings for the bad guy, but we almost understood him as well. It was quite the read. One that definitely messed with your mind a little and left you wanting more.I was so excited to ...
  • Wit & Wonder Books
    ***ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review***Dead Girls by Graeme Cameron came out of nowhere and took me by surprise. This detective murder mystery was a disturbingly thrilling trip with unforgettable characters and unforeseen twists.Detective Ali Green, after suffering a life threatening attack while hunting a serial killer, is back on the case, and will stop at nothing to find the person who nearly took her life. There is o...
  • Sheyla ✎
    Bummer, I didn't like it.I had heard great things about Normal and I couldn't wait to read Dead Girls. Regrettably, I had problems with Dead Girls from the beginning. If I could use one word to describe it, it would be disorganized. To this reader, the narrative felt all over the place. We jump from one scene to the next without cohesive understanding of the actions by either the main protagonist or the villain in this story.So what was Dead Girl...
  • Anne
    Initially I was confused by this novel as there seemed to be too many characters introduced at the beginning and I was unclear who were the victims and who was missing or dead. I did like the character of Ali but her confusion and "misplaced" memories only confused me as well. Once I got into the heart of the story, I did enjoy it but not as much as some of the thrillers I've read recently. I would definitely read more by this author though as it...
  • Diane
    Dead Girls by author Graeme Cameron is a fast-paced action thriller. Police Detective Alisha Greene is recovering from a brutal attack and injuries which have caused her problems with her memory and the ability to stay focused. She is trying to work and keeps a notebook to help her stay on track during the pursuit of the man who has killed young adult women and fellow officers Samantha and Kerry in previous attacks. Her partner Kevin was also inj...
  • Jenny (Bookbookowl)
    I’d like to thank Harlequin Australia for providing me with an e-ARC of this book, through NetGalley.Detective Ali Green has seen the face of a serial killer.  He tried to kill her too.  The problem is, he left her with a head injury that has made it impossible for her to remember his face.  Her memory is also failing her in every day life and affecting her job.  That's not going to stop her from hunting him down and solving the case though...
  • Aly
    Detective Ali Green has her work cut out for her in this serial killer book. Detective Ali Green has been through a lot in past with serial killers, but she is not going to let this stop her. This book was face paced and full of great action. I enjoyed this book. *I received a free e-copy from NetGalley and this is my honest review.*
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  • Danielle Rose
    I received an ARC from NetGalley. The below is my honest, unbiased opinion. Thank you, Graeme Cameron, the publisher, and NetGalley, for allowing me to read an early copy.I may not remember everything, but I know he won’t hurt anyone else.I won’t let him. It’s been two months since a serial killer brutally attacked police detective Alisha Green and left her for dead. Two months since she could effortlessly recall simple things, since her mi...
  • Alison Robinson
    If the prologue doesn't suck you into this book, I don't know what will. It throws you headfirst into the story with no warning of what is coming. You finish those first three pages thinking "what did I just read." That was awesome. But then, you go through the next 3/4 of the book often also thinking "what did I just read," because you are confused with the influx of names and characters that are thrown into the story with little backstory of wh...
  • Sandie
    Depending on whose analysis you believe there are only 36, or 7 or 6 basic plots on which all authors build their narrative. Dead Girls is yet another take on the theme of the obsessed serial killer being tracked down by the police officer beset by her own personal demons. Yes, in this particular instance the protagonist is female as are the members of her team.While Graeme Cameron has done an adequate job with Dead Girls there are just too many ...
  • Athena Stephenson
    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* Really good interesting book! I liked the twisty mystery and the way it unfolded at the end but at times it was a little hard to keep up with due to the main character Alishia having memory issues and not really being sure about what was taking place when! But overall I enjoyed!
  • L Corky
    #Dead#Girls #NetGalleyThis was a intense book. I liked the characters and the story has plenty of twists and turns. The lead character Alisha survived a near fatal attack and has some memory issues. When Alisha is narrating, having flashbacks and trying to solve the case it does become somewhat confusing to follow. It is a enjoyable read that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
  • Jo
    This book was interesting--written in a totally different way. I cannot say that I enjoyed it; I did complete it. Found it to be very disjointed and was somewhat disappointed after reading that I could not tie all the pieces together in my mind.
  • Juney B.
    I saw this on NetGalley and requested an ARC because of the Lee Child blurb. Great read... riveting until the end.
  • Natalie
    Pretentious and confusing. No way would I recommend this book.
  • Cathy
    Dead girls by Graeme Cameron is one of those books that makes you glad you learned how to read. This book starts off at a fast pace and keeps going that way clear through to the end and oh, what an ending it is. If your looking for murders and lots of twists this is a book for you.
  • Alexis
    This was an interesting read. The mystery itself was pretty good, and I liked the main character and her voice. I don't usually enjoy the typical cop who has been hurt, and now it's personal story line but the mystery was strong and Alisha was actually intelligent and likeable. A lot of names appear quickly, and some of the events are confusing to follow with flashbacks and an uncertain narrator, which sometimes left me as confused as Alisha. Ove...
  • Arabicbeauty *BookBabe*
    I hate that i didn't enjoy this one because the reviews were all so good but i guess this wasn't my jam. I found myself skimming the pages a lot then i kinda just gave up because i couldn't really get what was going on and then got to the point where i just didn't care.
  • Illustrious Illusions
    Meh...I wish I had good things to say about this one more than the writing is solid. A lot of characters get introduced and it gets slightly confusing, it's easy to skim through and nothing jumped out at me as twist gnarly suspenseful...