It's criminal profiler Ivy Dunlap's job to unravel the psyches of the most dangerous men alive. None haunts her dreams more than the killer who took her son's life sixteen years ago, then silently disappeared into the dark. Now an urgent request for help from the Chicago police has reawakened Ivy's greatest nightmare.
The Madonna Murderer has returned to fulfill his calling. This time Ivy understands the killer instinct. She knows what man is capable of. This time she's ready to confront her deepest fear, face-to-face. For the very last time...
Hush begins when Ivy is called to be a profiler on a case she knows very well. It started sixteen years ago, and it seems the killer is back again. Ivy knows more about the killer than any else alive, and now she will do whatever she can to stop him.
However, the lead detective on the case doesn't agree with her being there, and she's also having a hard time reliving these nightmares again. But, she will catch this guy no matter what.
This book had a very interesting plot line, and very enjoyable characters as well.
I loved how strong and determined Ivy was, and how she wasn't going to let anyone get in the way.
However, there were a few things about the book that bugged me, like how it ended for one. That was annoying, we didn't really learn what Ivy was going to do or what happened next.
Then there were a few things that felt kind of out of the blue and rushed, but other than that this was a great mystery from different characters point of views, and I really enjoyed the reading the whole thing.