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  • Undertakers series book 3

    I have been waiting for this conclusion to The Undertaker’s Daughter series set in Winchester TN. If you haven’t read the first ones I’d recommend them absolutely. The Darkness We Hide can be read alone but I suggest to get all and start from the beginning you will get so much more excitement for this one if you do. Well written as always Debra Webb spins a story to grab you and keep you wanting to know the secrets hidden in the past. Those secrets finally get revealed in this book. Five stars for sure. Dr. Rowan DuPont owner of the family funeral home business she took over and Billy Brannigan Chief of Police are trying to live their lives without looking over their shoulder. The serial killer Julian Addington has sworn to kill everyone Rowan loves and then her. Dr. DuPont didn’t know her best friend and confident for years, Julian Addington was one of the most prolific serial killers there is. For reasons unknown he is fixated on Rowan and won’t give up until he has her as his victim. Rowan has had one tragedy after another since she was 12. She lost her mother to suicide after her twin sister drowned. In the quest for truth and answers Rowan has uncovered secrets that changed what she thought true and now questions about her parents have increased. Things start to heat up when she goes to her good friend Burts’, the county coroner, house she is in for a shock. She finds things that lead in another direction in finding out what secrets her mother may have been hiding and how many people are involved that she has never heard of before. Rowan wants this over, she wants her questions answered by Julian and she wants him caught and stopped. People Rowan knew and loved have died and she doesn’t want to be the reason any more are killed. Julian is smart and ruthless There is no doubt he is getting closer, can she find a way to end things before he, as promised, kills Billy then her. Thank you Debra Webb for allowing me to read this ARC for my honest opinion. I was anxiously awaiting this book and it didn’t disappoint.

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  • Finale - Dark & Twisted Tale

    The Darkness We Hide by Debra Webb The Undertaker’s Daughter #3 In the finale of this trilogy we finally have the answers that Dr. Rowan Dupont has been looking for. - and that I have been waiting for. By the end of this book many secrets had been revealed and I felt the conclusion had definitely been reached with this series even though it seems there is another series by this author in the same setting. It was a bit slow in the beginning, there was a bit of repetition in Rowan’s thinking at times and it took awhile to get into the story but about midway the pace began to pick up speed and so did my interest. What I liked: * The twists and turns * That I didn’t always know what would happen next * The twisted thinking of more than one character * Not necessarily knowing who was good and who was evil * The look into the life of an undertaker * Billy – seemed to be a truly good man and he definitely loved Rowan * Rowan – mostly – though sometimes she did some silly things that didn’t seem very wise related to her safety * Charlotte – a good friend to Rowan * The baddies did get there comeuppance What I did not like: * The twisted evil characters that were in this book/series – they were warped beyond belief * Realizing once again that evil is real and that real people are evil – sometimes fiction is just the tip of the iceberg. * Wondering if there might have been more information in the first book that would have explained some of my lingering questions... Did I enjoy this book? I think so Would I read more by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Harper Collins – Harlequin - Mira for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars

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  • A dark & twisty suspense

    The Darkness We Hide by Debra Webb is the third novel in The Undertaker’s Daughter series. The author does provide a summary of what occurred in the earlier books in this series, but I believe it is better to read The Undertaker’s Daughter series in order (it makes more sense that way). The beginning is a little slow, but the pace soon picks up. The Darkness We Hide is a suspenseful novel with twists, turns and surprising revelations. It is a dark tale with gruesome details that will have you cringing (that is a good thing). I was put off, though, by the foul language (I find it offensive). The Darkness We Hide is well written with developed, realistic characters. I could feel the suspense and emotion in this twisty story. The Darkness We Hide provides a thrilling conclusion to the series. All the loose threads (there were so many) are tied up in this action-packed book. You will find your mouth dropping open in disbelief during a certain scene. I was delighted with the satisfying epilogue. I was amazed at the evil, warped characters in this story (this author has a vivid imagination). There are also some truly kind individuals as well. The Darkness We Hide is a dark and twisty suspense with surprising secrets, a perverse predator, a traitorous turncoat, a repugnant agent, and an upset undertaker.

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