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  • great series; just love it

    I love this series with Megan and her side kick Ronnie. They are a great team. I cheered them on even as I was cringing at the risks they were taking. The pages turned themselves as I held my breath waiting to see what would happen to Megan. I am so happy to read there will be another 3 books in the series: can't wait to read them and see how Megan and Ronnie evolve. Thanks to NetGalley, Bookouture for letting me spend time in Megan's messed up world.

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  • Highly recommend

    As a lover of thrillers and mysteries, I have read a lot of detective novels. I find that the characters make all the difference in whether the novel is intriguing or falls flat. I was definitely enamored with the detective in this awesomely gruesome tale and maybe even more by her rookie partner who proved quite intuitive. There were snippets from the first two novels in the series which made me a little sad that I started at Book 3 because it sounds like I missed a lot of action. Even though I know how it will turn out, I still plan to go back and read them because of how much I enjoyed this book.

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  • Another great mystery

    This is the third Megan Carpenter book and the second in the series I’ve read. Megan is a no nonsense loner police detective in the Jefferson Sherriff’s Department. She’s running from her past. The latest murder she’s investigating is way to close to that hidden past. I really enjoy the series. There is an interesting case in each book in the series. There is good character development in each book and in the series. The story in this book was deep in the back story of Megan, but I think there is enough background if you haven’t read the book. I’d recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good mystery.

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  • Megan and Ronnie -what a dynamic duo!

    What a fabulous dynamic duo with Detective Megan Carpenter and her partner, Reserve Detective Ronnie Marsh, as they work to find the killer of Monique Delmont who was a friend to Megan years ago. This is the third book in the Detective Megan Carpenter series, but works well as a standalone. Megan has a lot of baggage in her past that she is still struggling to deal with including a stalker. Reserve Detective Marsh has finished her rotation and is being hired as a full-time deputy. Marsh is assigned to work with Megan on the case and what a great team they make. This is a fast-paced book with a lot of action and suspense to it. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this outstanding nail biter that I really enjoyed in exchange for an honest review. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.

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  • A solid Pacific Northwest thriller

    I enjoyed this police procedural / psychological thriller set in the north-western corner of Washington State, in the USA. However, I have no doubt that my reading experience of "Silent Ridge" would have been enhanced, had I first read the first two books in Gregg Olsen's Megan Carpenter series, "Snow Creek" and "Water's Edge". Detective Megan Carpenter is a dedicated and intuitive investigator, but she has an incredibly dark and tangled past, which is unknown to her colleagues and virtually all her friends. She's living under an assumed name after she and her family had been targeted by a serial killer. Megan's past and present collide when photographs of her at work and as a high school student are found at a gruesome crime scene. The victim is a woman Megan had taken into her confidence and whose daughter had previously been murdered by the same serial killer who stalked Megan. Megan is an understandably prickly character and a significant part of the narrative consists of her efforts to keep one step ahead of her boss, the sheriff, her probationer colleague Ronnie, her boyfriend and anyone else who knows her, whilst also appearing to investigate the crime through normal channels. While the plot was intriguing, I felt that Megan's frequent reminiscence over past events often seemed to halt the flow of the narrative. I found the character of Megan difficult to warm to, but loved the vivacious and keen Ronnie! This was a solid Pacific Northwest thriller, but I believe this to be a series which readers would be best to tackle in series order. I intend to return to book 1 and re-read from there. My thanks to Gregg Olsen, publisher Bookouture and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this title.

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