Anything for you by Saul Black | Review

Anything for you| Saul Black| St. Martin's PressPub: November 12, 2019| Pages: 340

TW - sexual abuse, child abuse, graphic sex and language, rape.

This is Book #3 from the Valerie Hart series.

Adam, a well-known prosecutor, is murdered, but his wife Rachel, who was also stabbed, survives. However, the detective in charge, Valerie, conceals the fact that she had a previous relationship with Adam.

Including unpredictable twists and turns, Saul Black builds an intriguing mystery extending from Philadelphia to San Francisco.

I loved that the book contains the trifecta of sex, murder, and surprise twists. However, I didn’t particularly enjoy the language that was used in the book, it was very crude. After reading some other reviews, many women have mentioned that they could one hundred percentage tell this was written by a man, so that might explain the language used.

I didn’t like some of the characters and the ending felt unsatisfying, however, the overall story was very well thought out, and written! I might read the other books in the series eventually!

Thank you to St. Martin's Press for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


On a hot summer night, a watchful neighbor locks eyes with an intruder and unwittingly alerts the police to a vicious crime scene next door: a lavish master bedroom where a man lies dead. His wife is bleeding out onto the hardwood floor, clinging to life.

The victim, Adam Grant, was a well-known San Francisco prosecutor--a man whose connection to Homicide detective Valerie Hart brings her face-to-face with a life she's long since left behind. Adam's career made him an easy target, and forensic evidence points towards an ex-con he put behind bars years ago. But while Adam's wife and daughter grapple with their tragic loss, Valerie uncovers devastating clues that point in a more ominous direction. Lurking in the shadows of the Grants' pristine life is a mysterious blonde who holds the key to a dangerous past.

As Valerie struggles to forge a new path for herself, the investigation forces her to confront the question: can we ever really leave our pasts behind?


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