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Publisher's Summary

From the bestselling author of What Have You Done comes a mind-bending pause resister involving a series of dark crimes from the past.

When police investigator Susan Adler is called to the roadside murder of a fellow state trooper, she's tasked with finding the people responsible for the cold-blooded act caught on the trooper's dashboard cam. She traces the car to a nurse who, along with her elderly patient, has been missing for days. At the old man's house, she finds disturbing evidence that instantly revives two cold cases involving long-missing children.

The investigation takes a chilling turn when people involved with both the nurse and old man begin to turn up dead, and Susan enlists the help of her friend and forensic investigator Liam Dwyer. Together they must untangle the threads of this ever-more-complicated case - and stay ahead of whoever's trying to slash their progress. The old man's failing memory adds urgency: wherever he is, he's no doubt lost, confused, and in extreme danger.

What started as a traffic stop gone wrong quickly unfolds into one of the darkest cases of Susan's career, and it all leads to a sick, desperate killer. Susan and Liam must work fast to save the old man’s life and keep future victims from the killer's grasp.

©2020 Matthew Farrell (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Hard For Me...

I usually embrace murder/thriller mysteries wholeheartedly. But this one could not hold my attention.

I had to rewind to the beginning after being 5 chapters in.

It felt disjointed and bounced around . And I really couldn't connect with the main character, let alone any of the others.
It was definitely the writers style and bouncing around that affected my ability to connected. The ending was lackluster and again disjointed. I pushed through but will not read anymore in series.

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Not fantastic..


I can't figure out if I liked this story or not. It did kind of drag out and some of it was boring and some was interesting. BUT the end, with what Sheriff Brody had to say was very exciting. I would never have guessed. I did feel sorry for James, Alzheimer's is such a horrible disease, but it did make for an interesting story*******

Someone said there was too many characters in this but that's not true. The only people you had to know about was, Susan, Trevor, David, Cindy, James and maybe Brody. The others were just throw-away characters that were there because they were necessary but you really didn't have to be remembered*******

There was no romance and no swearing. LOL maybe that's why I didn't like it all that much. I have to have some sort of swearing, especially when 'bad guys' are involved for it to be a little bit real*******

As for the narration: Cynthia Farrell did an okay job. The men's voices were passable and her emotions were good. But because of the 3 men "starring" in it a male narrator would have been much better, though. IMO

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Lots of Twists

I loved the characters and the narrator did an excellent job of bringing the story to life.

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Interesting tHRILLER

Moves at a good pace, although some of it is confusing. Having some experience with Dementia not everything is believable. Interesting read.


RECOMMENDATION: READ IT

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Not worth the credit

Too many characters, too many plots, and too many twists. Would like to find someone to explain what the hell happened.

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Quite a Ride!

This book takes you through the history of murders and deceptions. Two lovers, turned perpetrators who took part in these murders of various children have lots to disclose. Unfortunately one is dead and the other is now
in the later stages of Alzheimers and is unable to tell the real truth of what happened. As the story unfolds there are more and more layers to this twisted tale. Through taped record Confessions, it is thought we have the story, only to find out there is more to be disclosed! A must read! Excellent narration also.

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surprise

I struggled to get started for unknown reason. I stuck with it and about quarter way thru was captured. Thought I had it figured out but was really wrong. enjoy

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bad narrator and story

did not like the narrator
story line was boring
struggled to finish the book
referred to the past of the cop a lot which i assume is from a previous book.

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love the author

Good story, but very, very twisty. Sometimes difficult to know what the heck was going on! Reader/listener left in the dark for the whole book, until the last couple minutes. I'll read/listen to the next one, but this one isn't one of my favorites.

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Pretty good

This was decent, not spectacular. He kept the plot moving but the threads didn't come together very smoothly. I give it three stars.

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An ok story

The story didn't 'grab my interest and I almost gave up after the early chapters. The story did pick up but ..... only ☆☆☆.

It is meant to be the first in a series but there is a back history for two of the main characters that are referred to on a number of occasions. Knowing these might have helped this story.