‘Make sure you have nothing else to do when starting this book. You will NOT be able to put it down!!' Reader Review
The parents are dead. The girls are hiding. The killer is still inside the house.
Gabriel Kensington and his wife Lydia have been brutally slain in their luxurious home in New Mexico. A frantic, whispered phone call from their teenage daughter Addis, and her best friend Emerson, quickly alerts the authorities to the killings.
But when detective Alyssa Wyatt and the squad appear at the house, the unthinkable has happened. The girls are nowhere to be found… and neither is the killer.
In a race against time, it’s up to Alyssa Wyatt and her partner Cord to find the missing girls – and discover just why the Kensingtons have been targeted.
Because for Addis and Emerson, every minute passing could be the difference between survival – or an unthinkable death.
The addictive, absolutely nail-biting new Alyssa Wyatt detective novel will have fans of Kendra Elliot, Melinda Leigh, or Angela Marsons on the edge of their seat.
Readers are loving Alone in the Woods:
‘Be ready to read well past your bedtime!A seriously addictive series and if you haven’t discovered it for yourself yet, then now is the time.’ Reader Reviewer
‘Charly Cox is fast becoming one of my favourite crime fiction writers!Gripping, with likeable characters and great researched and plotted story lines.’ Reader Reviewer
‘Charly Cox tells the story in such a way that you can see it like a movie in your mind…Love this series!!’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Reviewer
‘Kept me guessing until the end, read it one sitting as couldn’t leave it down’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Reviewer
‘I love these books!!! Can’t get enough. Great suspense and good twists…Highly recommended’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Reviewer
A really engaging read
This book totally toppled my expectations. The writing felt very thoroughly researched and thought-through. I never thought the characters were missing anything obvious, nor did I correctly guess most of the twists even though the clues were there. The story doesn't cheat- you have all the clues, it's just a good solid mystery. This was the first book in the series I read but I didn't struggle at all to grasp the dynamics of the characters or their relationships. My only real complaint was some of the scenes that happened "off-screen", but it only bothered me a little. Just a really good and engaging book.