A woman fleeing her past finds more than she bargains for in a new suspense series by New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Denise Grover Swank.
A woman on the run with no one to trust.
With the ink barely dry on her new identity, Carly Moore just wants to disappear…but fate has other plans.
Broken down car, next to nothing in her bank account, Carly is stuck in a Smoky Mountain town that time has forgotten. Drum is riddled with secrets and outsiders are eyed with distrust. Still, it isn’t until she witnesses a cold-blooded murder in a darkened parking lot, that she realizes she’s escaped one nightmare, only to land in another.
As the clock ticks down and more bodies pile up, Carly doesn’t know who to trust. If she doesn’t stop the killers, they just might stop her…permanently.
What readers are saying about A Cry in the Dark:
“Wow! What an incredibly amazing start of new series!” BookBub review, 5 stars
“Story line with so many twists and turns makes you not to trust anyone, and yes, there were moments I suspected almost everyone!” Goodreads review, 5 stars
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Carly is not just a minor character any more!
This is a great start to another fun series by my favorite author. Great way to escape from the realities of our world. This book has a great suspenseful storyline and characters that are fun to get to know. I love how it kept me guessing but always rooting for the heroine.
I love all the Rose and Neely books. I was excited but hesitant to see Carly’s journey. DGS did not disappoint. 3 books in and I love the characters. Book 4 cant get here fast enough!
Don’t Read This
I would give this zero stars if I could. It’s rushed from the beginning and there is zero character development. The “romance” is a forced after thought. The whole book feels forced. I can’t believe it had so many high reviews, because this is easily one of the worst books I’ve read in the last 5 years. And I’ve read some crappy books. Thank God I only wasted $.99. Save yourself time and money, and get a book written by literally anyone else. It will be better.