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Most police duos run on trust and their shared desire to see killers standing up in court. But Detective Frank Bennett's partner, the enigmatic Eden Archer, offers him darkness and danger. She doesn't mind catching killers - but it's not the courthouse where her justice is served.

As Eden heads undercover to work on a remote farm - a place linked to three missing girls - Frank's priority is to monitor her 24-7, but is it for Eden's protection or to protect their suspects from her?

©2014 Candice Fox (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd

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"Breathtaking." ( Sydney Morning Herald)
"A sizzling page-turner." ( Daily Telegraph)

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  • 11-23-17

EDEN - 2nd Book in the Series even better !

Read this a month ago and still lingering.
Story based around several key characters and how their paths come together over the years. Some from severe hardship/mistreatment and some from the right side of life. Eden and her brother, and Hades, harsh and evil ... or just victims, and bringers of justice? Frank the detective, weak and human ... or just lonely, and good, and honest?
Builds on the characters and story from the first book, so maybe this fact makes it a little more cohesive and consistent ... or maybe I'm just getting used to the style and the theme.
The backward time jumps sometimes a little disconcerting, but the story slowly grows to terrific build up and tension filled unexpected (to me!) ending. Sometimes spicy, sometimes uncertain, but always drawing you to the next chapter. Great read / great narration. Is there a 3rd book in the series? Read the first book for context and enjoyment. This one steps up.