Let me tell you I was enthralled with the blurb! The premise is a tiny bit far fetched, but still plausible. Who knows what the government actually does in reality, I don't.
Anywho, I ate this book up. I was sucked in from the first page to the end. That hasn't happened in a long time.
So it starts out with Cassie working at a diner. She was taught to read people by her mother before she died. When she's approached by a young man, her world is drastically changed. She becomes a part of a group of teens that work cold cases for the FBI. They are all classified as Naturals. Their talents to read people and crime scenes are being honed.
Then a serial killer targets Cassie with a cat and mouse game for the highest stakes.
It's a fun glimpse of BAU training and has the slight hints of I Hunt Killers.