Thank you Murray Bailey for Sending me I Dare You Twice for free in exchange for an honest review
Kate leaves Canada and travels home to the UK before following the clues to Paris. There’s a lot going on and there are puzzles along the way to keep you guessing right 'til the very end. I loved the code that took Kate into the catacombs of Paris and felt I was with her face to face with creepy skulls and bones. I personally don’t have a problem with the story jumping to different locations and characters as I feel this helps keep the pace up.
Overall it was a good follow up with many layers to keep me thinking. I reviewed the previous book and think people who haven't read the first book before reading this one could struggle unlike the Ash Carter series (yes, I read the second book first). This was a fun read that generally keeps you guessing about who can be trusted and who can't. Kate has developed nicely as a character and is drawn into two investigations. It's fresh and a page turner and did keep me guessing.