This is another that I don't really remember. The last two-three chapters where familiar in some way, but that's about it.
This book features a serial killer who has killed before and he's got a very memorable signature. Eve and Feeny both worked on the case last time he was in New York, nine years before. They blame themselves a little for not being able to stop this man the last time he was in New York. They don't come out and say that it's their fault but the idea is there. Completely foolish, of course since they weren't the ones to kill those women, but understandable at the same time.
I really liked that one of the almost victims lives. That doesn't happen often (at all?) in these books - I really loved the parts that were in her POV, she reminded me a little of Eve at times thinking about killing the perp becasue he was hurting her. I think that's why she lasted long enough to be saved, it gave her something else to think about.