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Reviewed by Jessyca Garcia for Readers' Favorite
Exposed by Rage by Sherrel Lee is a murder mystery that takes place in Plano, Texas. Ashley Dix Gibson escaped life in Plano by joining the military, but when she returns to visit her best friend, she finds a lifeless body. She quickly teams up with Detective Michael DeMarco to solve the brutal murder. When another murder occurs, they have to work quickly to find the potential serial killer, all the while fighting their attraction to each other.
Reading Exposed by Rage made me feel as if I was watching an old detective show where the detective was talking directly to me. Ashley is a tough woman with a sarcastic attitude. I liked how she was brutally honest with her thoughts. A few times in the story I had unanswered questions after a scene, but it was as if Lee could read my mind and would answer my questions in the next scene. The relationship between Ashley and DeMarco was a little predictable, but I was surprised at how fast it actually happened. The story only takes place over a few days. As for solving the mystery of the killer, I was close but I did not guess it right away.
Exposed by Rage does contain a few mild sex scenes. I liked that Lee brought awareness to how people that work in the sex industry are not respected when a crime occurs against them. If you like to read mysteries and do not mind that this book is about the sex industry, then read it.