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Publisher's Summary

In this chilling tale from the bestselling author of Wall of Silence, a spark of malice ignites into an inferno of violence. Can one woman uncover the truth before it all goes up in flames?

Eager for distraction in the aftermath of her messy divorce, Ellie Mileham dives into moderating the petty squabbles on her local Facebook group. When a prankster starts trolling uptight members, it’s a welcome diversion at first. But then the war of words moves onto the streets of Forest Grove, with threatening letters escalating into violent destruction. It’s suddenly clear there’s something much more dangerous at play.

With lives at risk, Ellie delves into the history of Forest Grove and realizes the so-called rural paradise has a dark and sinister heart. As she pieces together the puzzle of her own troubled childhood on the edge of the forest, Ellie learns this is not the first time the villagers have been targeted by an anonymous vigilante with an axe to grind…

Could the two cases be connected? Ellie is determined to find out. But with everybody watching and nobody quite what they seem, can she uncover the truth before online threats become nightmarish reality?

©2021 by Tracy Buchanan Limited. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • 12-11-21

Awesome book

Totally did not expect the perpetrator to be who it was, this was an awesome book it kept me at the edge of my seat.

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It was a good original plot. well written.

Narration was good, spoken with emotion and surprising story lines.
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A lot of surprises really good reading Love the twist Of the Arthur Never expected that to be whatever don't wanna give the plot away really enjoyed it hope you enjoy it as much as I did thank you

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  • 11-30-21

Distracted by narrated

Overall book was good, I have read all the books by Tracy Buchanan but I found the narrator was distracting me how she ended her sentences.

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  • 09-25-21

Narrator annoying!

Omg the way the narrator pronounced words ending with the letter ‘d’ made me wince!!! I couldn’t concentrate on the story….maybe it’s just me but it just sounded forced and ruined the book for me.

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  • 09-23-21

Ok

It was too similar to wall of silence which was an excellent book . Copying an almost identical storyline is quite a cop out in my book