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Can a vengeful killer be stopped before the next girl dies?
In this gripping third book in the Mercy Harbor Thriller series, a troubled young woman seeks refuge within an isolated Florida commune. After two of her friends go missing, she suspects the peaceful community hides a deadly secret, and soon realizes that she has become the target of a heartless killer.
Retired detective Pete Barker vows to find his runaway daughter and bring her home. When his search leads him to Florida’s swampy backwoods, he uncovers an unsettling connection between a secretive commune and a series of grisly murders.
Desperate to save his daughter, and determined to catch the twisted killer, Barker turns to his ex-partner, Detective Nessa Ainsley, and enlists the help of Eden Winthrop, a woman dedicated to saving Willow Bay’s most vulnerable citizens.
But as the killer’s shocking motive is unveiled, and the body of yet another innocent victim is discovered, Barker’s last chance to save his daughter brings him face-to-face with pure evil.
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Gripping thriller with a great cast of characters!
The latest book in the Mercy Harbor series is the best yet and definitely one of the best thrillers I’ve listened to this year. I loved the cast of characters and the interwoven plot twists and surprises. It kept me guessing until the last chapter, and then I didn’t want it to end. The narration was great as well. I'm already hoping there will be another in the series! Highly recommended!
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Great read. I hope there is more soon. Kept me interested all the way to the end.
This is a captivating dark thriller,
beautifully written despite murders, very slow chases- hard
to rum quickly at night in coastal forest land with roots, snakes and crocodiles everywhere. I do not like these impediments at all but, somehow, this author's writing fascinated me so I did not want to put a stop o the telling for anything. Quite a good book....