"Nikki Griffin isn't your typical private investigator. In her office above her bookstore’s shelves and stacks, where she luxuriates in books and the comfort they provide, she also tracks certain men. Dangerous men. Men who have hurt the women they claim to love. And Nikki likes to teach those men a lesson, to teach them what it feels like to be hurt and helpless, so she can be sure that their victims are safe from them forever."
Although the premise sounded good, I found the character likable but didn't connect enough. There were lots of action in this book however I didn't get invested in the story. It's quite different from Lisbeth Salander and there were some predictable parts. I ended up DNFing this one.