Detective Dean Matheson has returned to his hometown to begin his new job and put the traumatic events of his past behind him – but his fresh start won’t last long when the local area is hit by a series of strange disappearances and twisted killings …
A nameless girl badly beaten and dumped in front of the mysterious new church. A shocking murder scene discovered in the apartment over the diner. A child missing without a trace.
These are the crimes Dean Matheson is confronted with in his first week as detective. Are they isolated events, or is something altogether more disturbing happening in Maple Valley now that Dean’s back in town?
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OMG what a thriller!
This really is an addictive read. I really ddint see that twist at the end. Just brilliant. I can’t wait for the next book from this author.
Gripping, addictive, enthralling.
This is a gripping read that will grab you by your lapels and shake you until you have finished the book.... and even when you have turned the last page you will be begging for more from this amazing author.
The story is full of twists and turns, and evidence which seems inconsequential but Is all part of the bigger picture, with the jaw dropping ending leaving me counting down the days until the next instalment is released.
Make a date in your diary to read this, and when you do, make sure you switch off your phone/text/social media and be prepared to be held captive from chapter one until the end.
A thrilling thriller.
Won’t You Save Me was not ideal late night reading for me, so for your own peace of mind, check your doors and windows before starting chapter one.
I was immediately gripped by the sheer horror unfolding. A morgue in the dead of night, a pathologist working alone, unexplained human noises. Then a dead body sits up after unzipping themselves from their body bag. It's all so chillingly described.
Police officer Dean Matheson, introduced in a previous book, is now teamed with Eva Valdez and together they investigate the murder of a young woman. All is not as it seems with many unexpected twists and turns.
The last quarter of the book was 'unputdownable'. Not to be missed.