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The floor was stone cold on her bare skin. Her heart pounded in her chest. Not a soul knows where I am, she thought as she took in the darkness around her. And then she heard his footsteps....

When a body is found stuffed into a barrel at a garbage dump, covered in long red lacerations, Detective Jenna Alton and her new deputy, David Kane, rush to the scene.

Nothing ever happens in the small American town of Black Rock Falls, so Jenna believes the victim must be one of two recent missing persons, and she fears for the life of the other.

Both were strangers to the town, but there's nothing else to link them. Jenna knows someone must have seen something, but no one's talking. How well does she really know the people around her?

Then a disturbing clue makes Jenna suspect a connection with other disappearances in the town's history. Just when she begins asking the right questions, she realizes she's being followed. Is she next on the killer's list?

In a race against time, Jenna and David must unlock the dark secret at the heart of the town before it's too late....

A completely addictive detective thriller that will have you guessing right to the end. Perfect for listeners of Robert Dugoni, Karin Slaughter, and Rachel Abbott.

©2017 D. K. Hood (P)2017 Bookouture

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sooo good

I can't wait for the next one. What great character chemistry. looking forward to the next book.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Briilliant.

A fast paced on the edge of your seat story with great characters and Kane is a hunk. I was so terrified listening, I couldn't stop until the credits. Crazy good. All I can say is when is the next book due for release? More please.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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a little silly

the main female character seemed a little airheaded for someone that was supposed to be military trained and I don't know of any police officer that would say "to the max" about any thing the whole book seemed a little teenagerish

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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amazing

this book kept me on the edge. so many twist and turns. i was deeply engrossed until the end.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Very good

Really enjoyed this book. It was my first by this author, and I hope there will be more to follow. Great story line and great character development. Well worth the credit!

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Great story, the narrator not so much.

The story is great. I really enjoyed the characters and it flows great! The narrator of the book had been any longer I would have stopped listening.

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Not my favorite

I won’t “return” it but the author missed the “strong” woman mark and made her way over- dependent on the big strong man. Big turn off and I would have hoped outdated.

Story was pretty good and I think this author may get more polish. I hope so.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Don’t Tell a Soul

D. K. Hood has crafted a decent police thriller. The ending ruined the story. Without spoilers, I can’t explain further. Alison Farina did a nice job of bringing it all to life.

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  • Gail
  • Kirkland WA
  • 11-26-17

Now who did what?

Silly story with too many characters, all undeveloped and uninteresting. The people of the town all morphed in to one type of person (boring) with the police department looking like inept clowns, all in disguise because of the people they used to be?? Overall ... a disappointing and pretty lame story.

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