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  • A compelling crime thriller.

    Detective Ellie Reeves is back still raw from her last case and the revelations about her birth mother, reporter Angelica and her friend and murder victim Vanessa. But now Ellie is facing another distressing case that sees her reunited with FBI Agent Derrick Fox and having to use every ounce of expertise and experience to catch a brutal, unrelenting and quite frankly crazy serial killer. And honestly, I couldn't turn the pages fast enough or put this story down and boy did I enjoy every twist, blow, shock and surprise that Ms Herron perfectly delivered and for me this series has just got better and FROZEN SOULS is the best one yet. Would definitely recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Spectacular Series!!

    This third book in the Ellie Reeves series was so high octane it was crazy. Another serial keeps killer is on the loose. Poor Ellie just can’t get a break. The killer is wack a doodle insane. When a high profile victim goes missing it’s all hands on deck. This is the best book in the series so far. This story is so intense it’s hard to put down. Just another reason why I love this author so much.

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  • Chilling

    Rita Herron has crafted another engaging and chilling book in the Detective Ellie Reeves series. With each installment, the reader gets to know Ellie and her colleagues/friends a little bit better and to see how she grows as a person. Frozen Souls finds Ellie knee deep in the search for a missing Governor's daughter which ties to a serial killer case that she in investigating. Of all the books in the series to date, I found the actual crime in this book to be creepiest, in a good way!!! Rita Herron has done it again- she's created a riveting and addicting tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat. I can't wait to see what lies in the future for these characters.

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  • Ellie risks her life again and again

    Detect Ellie Reeves and the folks in Crooked Creek are settled in as an early season storm rages outside. As Ellie settles in, she receives a call from a federal agent asking her to check on the governor’s daughter, who isn’t answering her phone and is hiding out at a cabin in the area. Ellie finds what looks to be an abduction and as they search for the woman, they find the body of another frozen in the snow just off the Appalachian Trail. It appears they have a serial killer in the area. As Ellie and the team search for the man in question, it seems that he may have been dong this for a very long time. Time is running out to save the governor’s daughter and Ellie won’t stop until she finds the madman preying upon young women. The question is will she find the madman before he stops her once and for all. The fourth entry in this series is another page turner that captures me from the first page and keeps me there until the very last word. My only gripe is that there are 136 chapters…some of which could be condensed…and every time a new one starts you take a pause for a few seconds. 136 seems like an awful lot for the number of pages in the book. Don’t mind me, it’s a pet peeve and story is really awesome, so give it a read.

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  • Intense, Fast Pace

    Intense, fast paced with a creepy psychotic killer. You can read the book in this series as a stand a lone but I recommend reading them in order, there are little snippets we are given along the way that the next book embellishes and plays on. We get the point of views from the main characters and are invested in all, Ellie, the killer, FBI Dereck, and Cord, part of Ellies past and search and rescue. As Ellie is out there searching for the killer we are also kept up with things going on in her life, with her real mom, her step sister, and Mandy, her niece There are twist, turns, new things come to light and a jaw dropping, say what moment towards the end. The survivalists, living off the grid, learning to hunt from a young age living in the mountains showing the fortitude, I have to say, as dark and twisted as the killer was, I look at what he was taught, how he was raised and though I feel for the boy, it scares the beejusus out of me. This was a one read sitting with stops. Say what? Yes I read it from start to finish, but every so often I had to put the book down to breath, Thank you Bookouture , Rita Herron and Netgalley for the arc. I freely volunteer my thoughts an opinions

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