Private Investigators Troy and Eva Winters are thrilled when Troy's sister, Sadie, announces that she and her family are moving to Elk River, only a twenty-five-mile drive from New Haven, where Troy and Eva live. Now, Sadie will be close to her family, and with their support, they can try to help her overcome her debilitating panic disorder of agoraphobia.
Troy's day of cleaning up the grounds around Cypress Bluff Inn after a storm is suddenly shattered when he receives a cryptic message from his ten-year-old niece, Willow. Her cry for help and the startling message that says, 'the bad guys are here,' sends Troy's distress alarm into overdrive. It doesn't take him long to realize the deadly consequences that lie ahead.
With Eva out of town, Troy sets out for Elk River on his own with no idea of the danger he'll soon be facing. He's close enough to Willow to know the threat is real, and the urgency in her voice confirms it. Just when a flicker of hope appears, Eva goes missing. Time is not on Troy's side and the clock is quickly ticking down.
"Private investigators Troy and Eva Winters are working at their Oregon bed-and-breakfast inn when Troy gets a disturbing voicemail indicating that his sister's family is in danger. Eva has just left town on a new case and finishes up early, but before she can join her husband in finding out what's wrong at his sister's house, Eva investigates on her own and ends up missing. North has a real knack for ramping up the tension and adding plot twists galore that keep the reader guessing." Angela M., Line Editor, Red Adept Editing
Private Investigators Troy and Eva Winters Thriller Series books are listed in chronological order below:
#1 Victim of a Delusional Mind
#2 Dead Man's Money
#3 Every Last Drop
#4 Her Kill List
#5 No One Heard Me Scream
Good crime drama
This was an excellent crime drama set in Oregon, one of my favorite states. I love the coastal areas with the mossy forests and waves you can hear from your tent!
Great suspense. But left us hanging! Where is the $$??
Wish I could say something nice about this book.
The on,y thing I can think of is that it was a free one. Sorry, but it was badly written, and I just kept flipping through the pages to get to the end. The whole plot was pointless.