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  • I was hooked

    This book was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. When two girls bodies are found in a field in the snow, FBI Special Agent Nikki Hunt is called to investigate. She goes back to her hometown, where her parents were murdered. This is the first in the Nikki Hunt series. There were really two stories going on here. The investigation of the two teenage girls murders and the Innocence Project's campaign to free a convicted killer. I was hooked on this book. This is a very quick and easy read. Nikki heads up the new Behavioral Analysis Unit in St. Paul, Minnesota and works out of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. Her team consists of Courtney Hart and Liam Wilson. All main characters are likeable. As the BAU team comes to Stillwater, Minnesota, the local sheriff's department works well with the FBI. I truly cannot wait for #2 in this series. Thank you NetGalley, Bookouture and Stacy Green. This book will be release on 10/19/20.

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  • Stupendous! Twist, Turns, Heartwrenching

    Read this book if you like twist,, turns, heart wrenching thriller mystery! This was a first time author for me and I immediately went to her website and signed up for her news letters. One sitting read, I had to find out. Two stories are they connected? The killer was a surprise, I love when I cannot guess the end. FBI agent Nikki lost her parents to murder when she was a teenager, the killer is in jail. She goes back home is because of a lead on the "Frost" killer. The two teenage bodies were not killed by Frost but she intends to find the killer. She is tough, she is soft, she is a mother and I could feel her pain, bask in her intelligence and sigh when she found comfort. I am thrilled this is book 1 and I definitely cannot wait for book 2. Many many thanks to Stacy Green for writing this book, the publisher Bookouture and to NetGalley. What a ride! I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinions.

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  • strong female protagonist

    I’ve always been slightly obsessed with detective novels, especially when there is a strong female protagonist. I’ve thought long and hard about the profession and while I’d love the thrill of solving the crimes, I wouldn’t love the dead bodies and danger. But that doesn’t stop me from reading as many crimes novels as I can. In the first book of a new series, Nikki Hunt is an FBI agent specializing in hunting serial killers. She became a law enforcement officer because her parents were murdered and she was the key witness at their trial. She’s quite good at her job and Frost is the only serial killer she’s chased and not caught. She heads to her hometown of Stillwater to investigate a double homicide that shows indications of Frost’s handiwork. As she starts to investigate, she learns the innocence project is investigating the conviction in her parents murder. She needs to focus on the murders that brought her back home, but with her past at every turn, is it possible to stay on task? I can’t imagine all she’s been through and having to focus as she must relive her past. Stacy Green does a great job of weaving the two stories together. I can’t wait to see where the series heads. I recommend this one for all the crime buffs out there.

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  • 4 STARS

    Two fifteen-year-old girls, Madison and Kaylee, who were widely known as best friends are found frozen to death in the snow shortly before Special Agent Nikki Hunt (formerly known as Nikki Walsh) is called in to investigate the murders to determine if it’s something local or the work of a serial killer known as Frost. The FBI agent, Nikki, returns back home to Stillwater, Minnesota, which is also the scene of the brutal crime the first time in twenty years—long after the grizzly murders of her parents and the prosecution of the killer, Mark Todd, who she identified at the scene of the crime. While in the midst of the investigations, she’s confronted by protesters eager to see Mark freed. With new evidence that could clear his name, Mark has appealed his conviction and his brother Rory begs Nikki to take a look at what they’ve found. To re-read the reports, evidence and sort out conflicting information to help determine that Mark is in fact innocent and very much like Nikki, a victim of foul play. And though Nikki knows she must focus on the killer at large, Rory makes her wonder if she put her trust in the right people all those years ago. Are Madison and Kaylee’s deaths connected to her parents’ murders? And can she face up to her past before another life is taken? The answer to these questions came to unfold as the story progressed, and though it was quite obvious to determine who were the actual murderers of her parents and the young teenage girls were from a mile away—the attention to detail, characters that were real and raw, the well guarded secrets and history between the suspects made this an interesting read and I would mark this as one of my favorite mystery thrillers I have read in a long time. And I must say, one of my favorite things about this novel that stood out is that as a reader, we were able to feel the turmoil the agent faced when returning back home and the struggles she dealt with as a child then later on as an adult when attempting to come in terms with what had happened. All in all, this was an outstanding novel and I look forward to reading more from this author.

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  • Awesome, love the darkness of it.

    This book was amazing!! The storyline was soo good it flowed great and wasn't predictable at all. Like my guess's for the killer were everywhere. Once I started reading I couldn't stop. I just needed to find out what happens next. I really like the setting of the dark small town. Nikki is one hot mess I don't blame her but she's also one strong lady. Perfect female lead. I love the relationship between her and Rory. I'm happy she did what was right in the end. Everything worked in this book. The author did an awesome job. Il totally be looking at more books from her and I really hope there's a second book to this one. I recommend this book to people that like the CSI/Criminal mind type things. I like to say thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for giving me a chance to read and review this book and especially to Stacy Green.

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