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  • Best Debra Webb Series

    Bobbie has left town to go to Atlanta to find Nick Shade after Weller has made his escape. She ends up in Savannah just as 5 children are found encased in statues in a pet cemetery. All disappeared over 32 years ago. The chief of police has requested her name as it mysteriously appears in the case file. Problem was this all occurred before she was born. She knows that Weller is setting her up for a showdown of massive proportions but is he involved in the disappearance of the children so long ago? Then the parents of the children keep being found dead. What is the connection to Bobby or to Nick Shade? Again, Debra Webb hits it out of the ball park. I started reading and could not stop til finished. I have to say this series is my favorite to date by this author and highly recommend! I received an ARC for my honest opinion.

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  • Newest chapter to an amazing series!

    32 years ago five children vanished in one night in Savannah, Georgia. Five family's lives were torn apart and no clues were ever found....Until today. Detective Bobby Gentry is called to Savannah and pulled into this cold case by unknown hands but one thing Bobby is sure of, the person pulling the strings is Randolph Weller. Serial killer Randolph Weller may be on the run, but he is also determined to stage one more deadly game of cat and mouse with Bobby and in doing so, bring his son, Nick Shade, down. Four of the five children's bodies have been discovered, but where is the fifth? As the bodies begin to pile up, Bobby must find out the connection between the notorious serial killer and the disappearance of these children. Once again Debra Webb pulls us into this story and wraps us in a cloak of suspense and intrigue with a fast paced, clock ticking rhythm to her words, as the story flows from one page to the next. Each character is well developed and so very complex, each with their own ghosts haunting them from their past and an inner strength to battle for their future. I suggest that you don't start this on a night that you have to get up the next morning because putting it down once started is a tough job! Although this book does work as a stand alone, I suggest you read the series in order....and really, you will WANT to!

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  • Nail biting read

    The Coldest Fear Debra Webb Can't imagine anything worse than having your child disappear, but 5 at one time is beyond belief. Cold cases finally nearer closure, but one still not solved. Murders happening, a monster to find. Bobbie able to trust again. Nick trusting too. Another great addition in A Shades of Death Novel. They just get better and better. So many twists and turns which leads to surprises. Won't disappoint.

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  • Edge if your seat

    Love the main character and her strength. A great read with lots of twists and turns that keeps you on the edge of you seat til the end.

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