A high adrenaline new psychological crime series, introducing Detective Sergeant Jenna Morgan. Perfect for fans of Cara Hunter.
'Compulsive, addictive and gripping - a truly five star read! Geraldine Hogan
Responding to reports of deadly screams in the Ironbridge Gorge, Detective Sergeant Jenna Morgan is first on the scene to investigate.
As the search intensifies, Jenna soon discovers her sister Fliss’s severely injured Dalmatian, Domino and the naked, tortured body of an unknown woman.
Where is Fliss? and can Jenna find her sister alive before it’s too late?
This book was previously published as The Keeper.
Praise for Diane Saxon:
'The characters are well rounded and the story had an excellent pace, I started reading this and became very reluctant to put it down, which is always the mark of a good read.' Caroline Marston UK Crime Book Club
'A dark, unsettling read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I couldn’t stop turning the pages.' Sarah Ward
A nail-biting psychological thriller you won’t forget in a hurry' Cherry Adair
What readers are saying about Find Her Alive:
'Absolutely loved this book! The story flows, the characters are fascinating and I couldn't tear myself away. Highly recommended.'
'This book has everything: fear, suspense, murder and deception. This is a book that kept me reading far into the night because I had to find out what the outcome was. It was well worth the lost sleep!'
'I was gripped from the first to the last page and read this book in one sitting only stopping when I really had to. Full of tension and suspense which definitely got my heart racing.'
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
With a string of stirring rom-coms to her name, Diane Saxon makes her first foray into psychological thrillers here. And it’s a confident debut that introduces us to DS Jenna Morgan—the kind of multi-faceted protagonist an author finds a successful series in. Responding to reports of deadly screams heard in the Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire, Morgan arrives on the scene to investigate. In a shocking development, Jenna learns that the screams belong to her sister, Fliss, before finding her severely injured Dalmatian and the naked, tortured body of an unknown woman. With storytelling that grows in stature and subtleties as the investigation spirals, Saxon’s thriller soon becomes unputdownable. Morgan is at the heart of everything good here: her powers of persistence and rough-and-ready approach to detective work makes her built for a TV adaptation.
A relentless search
In this story the synergy of events is mixed with strong feelings and a style which tries to marry forensic details to vivid imagery.
At times the pace gets slower to include investigative elements which are essential . Cruelty is finely described and violence is portrayed to really make the readers abhor the monster of the story. Perhaps a smaller quantity of descriptive details could lighten the style which at times seems to get in the way of this thriller.
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Read from start to end!
This book was very gripping and kept my on going reading, I have a bad habit if I’m bored by moving on big chunks or go to ending but I didn’t with this book , excellent!