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  • Thriller, Suspenseful

    This book, start right off with two murders and an abduction of a young women. If you haven’t read this series you really need to. A little back story, In the Blackest Crimson and No Darker Place, we meet Bobbie Gentry, who is a police detective with the Montgomery Police Department. Bobbie was working on a case, that would turn her world upside down. After seeing the horrific death of her husbands and finding out that her son is also gone. With everything that has happen to Bobbie, she now a change person forever. Nothing will ever be the same for her. It is as if the nightmares will never end. Fast forward she is back on the job after about six-month leave. Bobbie is still trying to recover from the murder of her husband and son. Bobbie, is also dealing with the mental and physical emotion of what has happen in her life. She is now working on a case were the mother and father have been murder, and their teenage daughter has been abducted. The killer doesn’t know that their son is still alive because he was supposed to be spending the night at a friend house. But he decided to hide in the attic. In the meantime, there are more women that will become missing. Bobbie, starts to think that this case feels very familiar as if these crimes are like Nick father. But there is just one problem Nick father is in prison, but Bobbie really believe that they’re dealing with a copycat series killer. But the more that Bobbie, works this case she is feeling that there are more than just one killer. Nick shade, is someone whom she has started a friendship with. Whom she has started to put her trust in him. It is funny how Nick Shade, always show up at the right time. Nick has found out that his father, whom is a serial killer had requested that Bobbie, visit him in jail. His father wanted Bobbie, to know that Nick and she are going to become victim very soon. You will have to get the book yourself to find out what happens, and who is doing the killing. Debra Webb, has a gift of telling her stories. Sometimes she takes you on a never-ending ride. Because this story has so many twist and turn, that it leaves you in such a very confusing state of mind. Debra, has a way of writing that you can’t put the book down until the very last page. I can’t wait to see what is going to happen in the next book. Netgalley gave me a chance to read an advanced copy of this amazing book!

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  • Edge of your seat, spine tingling, breathtaking go

    Talk about breath about edge of your seat....spine tingling...there are really not enough words to describe this book or this will truly blow you away! Nick Shade and Detective Bobbie Gentry are reunited as Nick is lured back to Montgomery to help Bobbie stop a copycat killer that is painting death around the city in images that can only be found in the darkest of nightmares. But there is more going on here than meets the eye and Bobbie is determined to keep Nick from being the final target! This book is so well written with suspense building as you turn each page and characters that come alive with each clock ticking minute! This book makes me want to shout from the rooftops about how good it is. If you like a thriller then you really have to read this book....and this series! Mind blowing good!

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