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  • Reccomend

    A well written, easy to read page turner. After the brutal murder of a mother and father, followed by the kidnapping of their daughter and her best friend from the crime scene, I was intrigued to read on and find out the reasons why. Not so much a who dunnit rather than a why dunnit. Detective Alyssa Wyatt discovers enough clues in order to sustain the reader's interest throughout without getting bored. Just when I thought the investigation was complete and the events were starting to fit into placr, a major twist was revealed which I did not foresee and left me shocked. The characters were believable and relationships were developed throughout the book which helped to sustain my interest as a reader. I am looking forward to reading more books with detective Alyssa Wyatt as the main character.

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  • A quick, suspenseful read!

    A teenage girl brings her best friend with her when she stops at her house to pick up clothes for a sleepover. She finds the bodies of her murdered parents lying on the floor. Then the girls realize they are not alone in the house… Because the last minute call Addis Kensington tried to make was to her Aunt Grace, the district attorney, the police are alerted immediately. Detective Alyssa Wyatt and her team are desperate to solve the Kensington killings and find Addis and her friend Emerson. Have they been kidnapped? Where are they? As Alyssa investigates, she finds a link to a disappearance seven years ago. Then someone involved in that case goes missing. Although Alyssa is connecting clues quickly, the killer is always just ahead of her. Alone in the Woods is told in alternate voices. The strongest of those is Addis Kensington’s. Her drive, love for her friend and her will to live shine through. This is a quick, suspenseful read with a shocking conclusion. Although it is the third in a series, it is a satisfying standalone thriller. 5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley, Hera Books and Charly Cox for this ARC.

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  • Another terrific thriller

    FABULOUS crime thriller with great characterization, an abundance of suspense & enthralling storyline. I have read The Toybox & plan to catch up on her other 2 in this series. Totally enjoyed & highly RECOMMEND. Thanks to NetGalley & Hera for this ARC in return for my honest review.

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  • OK Read

    It was an ok read. Not up to par with books 1 & 2 in the series. I found it dragged along with some exciting chapters. Will see what book # 4 brings.

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  • Excellent Addition to the Series!

    Alone in the Woods by Charly Cox Detective Alyssa Wyatt #3 Captured in the first scene of the book, both myself and the two girls kidnapped, and engaged through till the end, I was rooting for a successful conclusion to the murder investigation, a happy ending for Addis and Emerson, and the revelation and capture of the serial killer. Great addition to the series! What I liked: * Alyssa: normal, well-balanced, police detective, team leader, mother, wife, friend, unflappable – I like her as a person and admire her. * Cord: work-partner to Alyssa, husband, soon-to-be-father, even tempered, normal, balanced, - I like him. * Tony: intrigued by him and found him worth note – hope we see more of him in the future * Addis & Emerson: strong, smart, tenacious, enduring, willing to do what it took to survive. * The police procedural aspects of the story * Glimpses of people from the last book as well as hints of what that last book was about. * The writing and the slow release of information with twists and turns that eventually revealed who was behind the crime(s). * Feeling I was there with the characters as the case unfolded * That this book was not a cookie cutter replay of the previous one – there was violence and crime but though dark it wasn’t the same type of darkness and evil as in the previous book. * The conclusion and knowing that there will be another book in the series. What I didn’t like: * The person I was meant NOT to like – easy to hate such a one! Truly deserves being incarcerated…or worse! * Having to wait for the next book in the series. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Hera Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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