I can’t believe so much happens in this book, and all in 276 pages.
Detective Casey White’s life is finally back on track, until the second page. She’s late, as she says not late as in for a meeting, late as in pregnant. She’s in love, with the father and they are about to move in together. He has a great job and is up for election to his old post.
Then the first body is found, and there’s a link to her boyfriend, Jericho Quinn. Coincidence?
Not when a second body is found which is also linked to him
Could it really be Jericho, the one person she has let into her life, the one person she really trusts, or is somebody trying to frame him, or undermine his run for Sheriff
So who can Casey trust.
Then things really start to unravel. If you haven’t read the first two books in the series the impact of the rest of the story might be a bit diluted, but without giving too much away to readers who have…..there is one hell of a twist in this story.
A twist that will have Casey reeling. The physical and mental trauma she goes through in this book are nothing compared to the emotional trauma she suffers.
Each of the books in this series end on a cliffhanger, but nothing before will compare to this one.
Spangler has a way of writing that combines the cosy, small town mystery, with the darkest of psychological thrillers.
The books are written in the first person with Casey White being the main narrator so the reader is aware of every thought, every doubt, and every emotion. It’s impossible to read these books and not feel empathy for her.
So when Spangler puts her through the mill, and he does, you go with her.
An excellent read in a wonderful series
Pages: 276. Publisher: Bookouture Publishing date: 14th December 2020