When a violent storm hits Graveyard Falls, it unearths the unimaginable: skeletons of teenage girls, each dressed in white and holding a candle. It's clear to FBI agent Beth Fields that this is the work of a long-standing killer - but could it be the one she escaped years ago? She has no memory of the man who held her captive and murdered her friend. But even though someone was jailed for the crime, she's always feared that the real killer is still out there...waiting and watching.
Ian Kimball never believed his stepfather was guilty of Beth's kidnapping or the slaying of two local girls. Now Graveyard Falls's sheriff, he's determined to catch the true perpetrator. And when more young women go missing, he realizes he needs Beth's help. She is nothing like Ian expected, and everything he desires. But if they have any hope of finally ending the killer's reign of terror, Beth and Ian will need to put everything aside, including their past, their mistrust, and their growing attraction...
©2016 Rita Herron. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I liked that I kept thinking “ok, it’s him!” then “no, it’s him,” and then I’d be wrong again, so I knew I was going to be surprised at who the killer was. It was exciting until the very end.
Both Ian and Beth had their share of guilt throughout the book but I felt the sorriest for Coach Gleason. That was a long time he spent in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, and more years on the run trying to find the real killer of all those girls. I liked Coach’s story and I rooted more for him than anyone else. And, Ian never stopped believing that his stepdad was innocent and never stopped looking for the guilty person. This was another good mystery by RH and there was a surprise near the end of the book, concerning Beth.
There was one explicit sex scene and there was swearing. The F-bomb was used 12 times.
As to this narration: I can NEVER understand what the first person to listen to a book does nothing but leave a 1 star rating then the second one leaves 4 or 5 stars and does nothing but rate it, too. Why do you do that?
Anyway, you can’t go wrong when Eric Dove reads a book to you. He does great voices and reads with wonderful emotions. That’s why the 1 star rating can’t be trusted, but then, neither can the 4 star because they don’t tell you why they hated or loved the narration. He's awesome.
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