Meet Thomas. Thomas is having a rough go. His girl left him. He's alone on Thanksgiving. He's out of waffles. And now someone is trying to kill him.
His love life in shambles, Thomas Prescott returns to Seattle, the very place he fled from after his parents' deaths nearly a decade earlier. Just as Thomas is getting settled in, he sees a body floating in the private cove behind his boyhood home. It is a woman. But not just any woman - the governor of Washington. As the suspense ratchets and the twists unfold, Thomas is thrown into the middle of the biggest murder investigation in Washington state history. Prescott is forced to confront the demons from his past and unearths a new enemy, one that couldn't possibly be human, one that has haunted man since the dawn of time....
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This was the first book I've listened to on Audible and now I'm addicted. What an entertaining story with very intriguing characters(that Prescott). Thoroughly enjoyed the suspense and kept me engaged the whole time. A must read or listen to!
I really enjoyed the story line, the character development was well done and I liked how the story flowed. I don't get a chance to read very often but did enjoy the overall pace & looked forward to when I had time to get back & read.
This is my first review. I mostly enjoyed the characterization in this novel, especially the amusing and undoubtedly irritating protagonist, and his offbeat geriatric friend. The plot is wildly improbable (but this is, after all, a novel), and has plenty of twists and turns. It made a refreshing change from Scandinavian Noir, and cookie cutter serial killer offerings, though it has its share of gruesome passages. Swearing? Some, though not much. Sex? Some, but not at all graphic. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a whodunit, with some romance, but who can't abide Cosy, Cookies, Chocolate or Cats. There are wolves, though. Hungry ones.
"Only just discovered this author & am very glad I."
A really entertaining book. A well woven storyline with a terrific ending. I listened to it in one sitting and it kept me guessing till the end.
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