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Publisher Description

Her Darkest Nightmare, first in an electrifying new series from New York Times bestselling author Brenda Novak

THE HUNT FOR A SERIAL KILLER

Evelyn Talbot knows that a psychopath can look perfectly normal. She was only sixteen when her own boyfriend Jasper imprisoned and tortured her—and left her for dead. Now an eminent psychiatrist who specializes in the criminal mind, Evelyn is the force behind Hanover House, a maximum-security facility located in a small Alaskan town. Her job puts her at odds with Sergeant Amarok, who is convinced that Hanover is a threat to his community…even as his attraction to beautiful Evelyn threatens to tear his world apart.

BEGINS WITH AN ESCAPE FROM HER PAST

Then, just as the bitter Alaskan winter cuts both town and prison off from the outside world, the mutilated body of a local woman turns up. For Amarok, this is the final proof he needs: Hanover has to go. Evelyn, though, has reason to fear that the crime is a personal message to her—the first sign that the killer who haunts her dreams has found her again. . .and that the life she has so carefully rebuilt will never be the same…

“Brenda Novak's seamless plotting, emotional intensity, and true-to-life characters…make her books completely satisfying.”—New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2016
August 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Press
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
3.1
Mb

Customer Reviews

Blissfully1 ,

Under delivered

Was super excited to read. Started off good, but declined pretty quickly. Dialogue was choppy and awkward. You will get tired of Evelyn’s constant inability to move forward, constant references to Amarok’s age and “Jasper, Jasper, Jasper”. Going to get off the Series train now.

brilliant brain games ,

Excellent book!

I love this author and this was a new genre for her but equally written as excellent book. I recommend it highly . It keeps your interest from first chapter.

dennisan ,

Her Darkest Nightmare

I felt that the real story wasn’t told. So much repetition in explaining the story of her work and feelings for her love interest. She left out the story of what really happened and alluded to it vaguely. I wanted to know the way she met this perpetrator as high school sweethearts, how she was with her friends. What led to his actions and what exactly did he do to them in details. How did she get away.
She made her character a harlequin romance heroine. Beautiful and stupid boring.

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