Let the web unravel itself and try not to die in the process.
After losing her mother in a freak accident, Suede Harris is trying to pick up the pieces and move on with her life. With a history of trouble, including bad relationships, alcohol, and ditching college, finishing up her criminology degree seemed like the best way to start.
While catching up back home with summer courses, she joins a study group to keep on track, but when her friends convince her to go geocaching, a simple trip will shake up her entire world. When the only treasure they find is a human bone, it will send her on a mission fueled by personal trauma to figure out what happened to the victim.
Will she find the killer, or uncover secrets that have been long buried?
Author Note: This is book 1 of a 6 book murder mystery series. The books cannot standalone, so please be warned that you'd need to read all 6 to get the full story. Each book will release the last Thurs of the month! The town in the story is fictional, so the coordinates on the cover do NOT correlate to the murder locations. Hope you love the story.
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Suede is beginning to pull her life back together, after her mother’s passing and a DUI. Riley, too, is trying to work things out. Things are never all that they appear. But both are determined to forge ahead in life. They are mutual friends in a study group, and one of their friends, Graham, is a geocaching junkie. So what happens when things start coming to light, and Graham’s hobby gets them all eyeball deep in a mystery?
In full disclosure, I read this in exchange for an honest review. This is the first book in a new series by the duo that makes WL Knightly. At first, it was pretty all over the place, in terms of story and character building. Not so crazy about that, but it wasn’t enough for me to not continue. About halfway through is when things really start to gel. It’s a fast paced read, and it promises to be another fun mystery.
Waste of time
Don't waste your time on this book, not sure how it got published, guess free books can get through as actually being worth a read. This one doesn't. Just awful.
Serial killer again
The book was exciting right up until the disappointment of the ending which was a cliffhanger! I hate those! Like a lack of climax in anything is a disappointment, why do authors do that?