A Nail-biting Serial Killer Thriller
Book 2 of 3
It began with The Cove. Now the suspense continues with the second chilling thriller in the Devil's Cove Trilogy.
Devil's Cove used to be a safe place to live. Until a serial killer was caught hiding behind a familiar face.
As the Cornish community reels in shock, missing teen Cal Anderson has been implicated in the murders. Desperate for answers, his mother Carrie is determined to track him down. But so is someone else…
Crime writer Aaron Black has arrived in town. His career is in ruins and he's determined to save it by writing a bestseller about the killings. But he needs Cal, and he'll do anything to find him - even if it means endangering lives.
Because there’s more to the horrifying truth than anyone can imagine. And for Carrie and her family, the real nightmare is only just beginning.
Praise for the Devil's Cove Trilogy:
"Gets your heart racing." - Reading Out Loud
“Downright chilling." - Tranquility Book Reviews
“A real page-turner leading you deep into a dark and terrifying world." - Readers' Favorite
"Be prepared for a spine-tingling intense read. I was riveted to the pages." - A Wonderful World of Words
“Packed with intrigue, deception, tension twists and turns. A must read!" - SJ's Book Blog
The Devil’s Cove Trilogy:
1. THE COVE
2. DESPERATION POINT
3. THE DEVIL’S GATE
Also available as a complete series ebook boxset.
The second part of this series is shocking and moving.
A story that show a dark perspective of human nature, but also shows how meaningful could be a kind and loving gesture to get the best of ourselves.
A book that leaves you looking forward for the next chapter
As good as the 1st book
This is the 2nd book in the trilogy. I like this author’s writing style and found the plot to be just as good as the 1st book. I will definitely be reading book #3 in the near future.
This is book 2 of the Devils Cove trilogy. This is a great book. The storyline grabs your interest and keeps you drawn in. It’s very well written. I recommend reading.
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