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One girl found dead. Another girl gone....

Long shadows danced on the tin walls. Inside the trunk lay Carrie Miller, wrapped in plastic, arms folded across her ribcage, lips sealed tight forever....

When a girl's body is found at a Midlands storage unit, it is too decomposed for Detective Robyn Carter to read the signs left by the killer.

No one knows the woman in blue who rented the unit; her hired van can't be traced. But as the leads run dry, another body is uncovered. This time the killer's distinctive mark is plain to see, and matching scratches on the first victim's skeleton make Robyn suspect she's searching for a serial killer.

As Robyn closes in on the killer's shocking hunting ground, another girl goes missing, and this time it's someone close to her own heart.

Robyn can't lose another loved one. Can she find the sickest individual she has ever faced, before it's too late?

An utterly gripping and darkly compelling detective thriller that will have fans of Robert Dugoni, Angela Marsons, and James Patterson hooked from the very start. You will not guess the ending!

©2017 Carol Wyer (P)2017 Bookouture

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Twists and Turns Keep You on the Edge

Couldn't put this one down. This was certainly a good listen even though it did take me a bit to get used to the narrator's accent (which I have to blame on my Southeastern USA upbringing). I definitely would recommend it to anyone who loves criminal suspense thrillers.

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I love this series!

I really enjoy the character Robyn. The story keeps making me not want to stop listening and I am eager to get onto the next one. Definitely worth the listen.

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Loved this story

Great story. I love DI Carter and her team. I also love that the book has a message about bullying. And the ending touched on something I thought about in book #2. Yay! I can’t wait to read #4.

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Just when I thought I had it figured out...

I was getting annoyed mid way through the book because I thought that I had the case figured out. A character was subtly introduced (which usually means that they are the killer) and I was thinking about cutting my losses. The story was great but I already knew how it would end.

Surprisingly, there was a huge twist and I ended up being completely wrong. The book went from being completely predictable to wonderfully suspenseful and even more riveting.

For those who have read all of the books in the series: get ready for a major cliffhanger in the last few minutes of the book. You'll be so excited for Book 4. December needs to hurry!



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  • valerie
  • Detroit, MI, United States
  • 10-09-17

Long

I did not like this book. It wasn’t because of the story but it was because of the story. It took forever for anything to happen. There is so much babbling that I would get lost in the conversation and forget where I was in the story.

The premise of the story is obvious from the beginning. It’s obvious that DI Robyn Carter is going to solve the case. It just takes way too long to get there

Recommendation: Skip it

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-16-17

A little slow moving

story was a little slow and repetitive. It had good potential but for me fell a bit short. narration was somewhat monotone.