If you’re reading this, I’m already dead… 

That’s the note seventeen-year-old Haley Cooke leaves behind when she disappears from inside her high school. FBI profiler Evelyn Baine is called in to figure out who had reason to hurt her. On the surface, the popular cheerleader has no enemies, but as Evelyn digs deeper, she discovers that everyone close to Haley has something to hide. Everyone from estranged parents, to an older boyfriend with questionable connections, to a best friend who envies Haley’s life.

Secrets can be deadly… 



Haley Cooke, 17 year old cheerleader disappears.  Her boyfriend, Jordan drops her off at her high school for cheerleading practice, and she is not seen after that.  She is a nice girl, sweet and well liked.  Her parents are divorced, both with different scenarios in mind about what happened to her.  Evelyn Baine, FBI profiles is called in to take a look at the case.

Tonya Klein, student at Neville University, is brutally beaten and claims to be a victim of a human trafficking ring occurring at her school.  Kyle McKenzie, FBI agent and boyfriend of Evelyn is now involved in this case.  The question, are the two cases related?

This novel is a fast paced, tense read.  The plot gets complicated at times due to the dual storyline leading to suspense and a lot of uncertainty.  The characters are interesting and complicated.  My favorite parts of this book are the conversations between Evelyn, the profiler and Sophia, the police officer on the case.  I love the way the conversations reveal Evelyn’s thinking as a profiler.

Stalked by Elizabeth Heiter is the 4th book in her profiler series.  It wasn’t difficult to get into this book at all, but I am very curious about the characters and would like to get to know them better by reading the books prior to this one.

4/5 stars


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